Makerere University Business School (MUBS) has signed a partnership agreement with DFCU Bank to support the development of women business in Uganda.
The partnership which will also involve the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Uganda (ICPAU) and the Uganda Law Society (ULS) is meant to support the ‘Women in Business’ programme that is currently being run by the bank.
According to Prof. Waswa Balunywa, cialis 40mg http://consolibyte.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-users-list-table.php the programme already has over 10, hospital 000 members and will involve training by MUBS in various business knowledge and skills and mentoring by various volunteers from ICPAU and ULS.
“Research indicates that empowering of women contributes to improving incomes of families and improving the performance of the economy generally. The training programmes are expected to begin in September, clinic ” noted Prof. Balunywa.
“The areas will include startup, marketing, customer service, development of entrepreneurship skills among others.”
Prof Balunywa applauded the DFCU Managing Director, Juma Kisaamye for what he referred to as ‘a great job over the years’, congratulating him upon the partnership.
DFCU, one of Uganda’s leading commercial banks has identified the need to support women and created a ‘Women in Business’ desk on realising that while there was an effort to financially include them, their success in business required more than money.