RAWBANK, education partner in the DRC
“Greater Ecuador“, an association that brings together women from Greater Ecuador, to contribute to better education and access to health care for the people of this province. For RAWBANK, this action is fully in line with its CSR policy, which the bank integrates at the heart of its activities in favor of the Congolese population.
RAWBANK, accompanies the “Grand Equateur ‘Elles” structure since 2018, it has allowed this dynamic to put several actions with social impact in their community. During the charity event organized on April 12, 2019, the organizers highlighted two causes that constitute, among other things, their fight: women’s health and youth education. It was, therefore, an opportunity to present to the participants the action plan and achievements made in the field thanks to the generosity and support of companies such as RAWBANK.
We would like to thank RAWBANK for his support marked by his first action in 2018: to facilitate the start of school for the girls of Grand Equateur. Today, our fight also revolves around the rehabilitation of maternity wards for public hospitals in Ecuador. We are particularly honored to see that RAWBANK is present in our cities to facilitate our transactions and contribute to the financial inclusion of our brothers and sisters in Ecuador. “Said Mrs. Patience Barandenge, Treasurer of the association.
With the involvement of RAWBANK, Grand Equateur ‘They also set up a platform for mobilizing funds and human resources, with the aim of financing the schooling of nearly six thousand students, living in this part of the country.
This evening was intended to be a space for reflection on the different challenges facing the great province of Ecuador for decades and on solutions to improve the living conditions of Congolese.
For RAWBANK, his contribution to Greater Ecuador is at several levels. It intervenes in the implementation of infrastructures, by the construction and implementation of its agencies but also by contributing, through initiatives such as “Grand Equateur’Elles” to access to education for youth.