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Al Tadamun Microfinance Foundations signs a cooperation agreement with “Wakty” for facilitating electronic payment services for its female clients

Al Tadamun Microfinance Foundation, the pioneer in financing finite micro-enterprises for women, announced that it has Stipulated with “Wakty”, which specializes in providing e-payment services, aiming to facilitate the process of online payment for its female clients, following the state’s efforts towards digital transformation and the promotion of financial inclusion.

This step is in the line with the foundation’s ongoing quest for developing digital solutions for its female clients, along with forming numerous effective partnerships in various sectors, which serve its expansion strategy in the Egyptian market and reach all segments of society.

Reham Farouk, the foundation’s CEO, said that signing the new agreement with “Wakty” comes with the implementation of the foundation’s strategy to expand the network for e-payment and make it convenient for its current and new clients, and to assure its ongoing eagerness to provide the services needed by its clients.

She added that this agreement will allow the foundation’s female clients to make all their payments and installments through trading networks and POS machines affiliated with “Wakty”, which are spread all over the country all week long, without being restricted to its branches’ working hours.


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