Women have been exceptionally instrumental in the growth of Ghana’s economy for quite a long while at this point.
In an emerging economy like Ghana, 33% of enlisted Micro, Small and Medium Size Enterprises (MSMEs) are owned by women. They have shown how significant they are in the public arena, regardless of specific sentiments some people might have about women.
In acknowledgment of this reality, CalBank PLC set up the Women’s Banking Unit in November 2018 with the center order of recognizing, creating and promoting women owned and managed businesses.
From that point forward, CalBank’s Women’s Banking Unit has supported and nurtured numerous Micro, Small and Medium Size Enterprises (MSMEs) the nation over.
CalBank has been there through various challenges to women who are good to go and dominating. The Women’s Banking Unit through the CalBank Obaapa Loan scheme has dispensed over GH¢110million in loans to women especially business people.
The Unit has similarly stretched out its capacity building projects to women in a few areas and is quick becoming the favored bank for Ghanaian women.