Tanmeyah held awareness sessions for the microfinance sector clients
Amman-Jordan: “Tanmeyah” Jordan Microfinance Network supported by the European Union held awareness sessions “the Principles of the Financial Literacy”, for the targeted populations of the different Governorates in the Kingdom.
In addition to demonstrating and illustrating the client’s, the sessions training agenda includes a group of main topics that is related to the importance of microfinance and its impact on enhancing the entrepreneurship culture responding to the different financial and nonfinancial needs of the clients and the targeted entrepreneurs. highlighting and differentiating the difference between the formal financial sector (Banks and licensed Microfinance Institutions) and the informal financial practices for the benefit and soundness of the clients and the financial landscape rights and responsibilities as per the governing regulations and instructions issued, endorsed and credited by the Central Bank of Jordan.
And this activity is a translation of the strategies of Tanmeyah “microfinance network in Jordan” that is supported by the European Union, and statement of its role in publishing the awareness about the importance of the formal microfinance sector and its role in building the local communities.
“Tanmeyah” includes nine formal microfinance institutions (members): “Ahli Microfinance, Finca Microfinance, Vitas Jordan, UNURWA, Ethmar for Islamic Finance, Microfund for Women, Tamweelcom, National Microfinance Bank and Al Ameen for microfinance”.