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Vote on Scholarship Projects
July 29, 2014 | |
I've just had an opportunity to review the proposals that were submitted by the 6 scholarship applicants. I have to say I am so proud of each and every one of these ladies. The hard work and dedication that is required to not only prepare the proposal but the effort that will be necessary to implement them is a measure of their commitment.
I just wanted to congratulate these women on a job well done. I wish you all the best of luck!
Events, Impact of Women in Society
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We have a Board of seven (7) members of which three (3) are women. I facillited the inclusion of two (2) women but they do not seem to care for women employees. Should I continue to campaign for inclusion of women in the Board Positions? Gertrude Chiomba, Sunbird SACCO, Malawi.
August 20, 2014 | |
My Savings and Credit Union used to be employee based. Now we have opened the bond and there is a group of business men who want to joinas a group but we have no experience of dealing with groups. Is there anyone with an idea of how we can go about?
July 10, 2014 | |
do you need a 2/3 vote for a bylaw change at the Board table level to make a bylaw change to the AGM?
April 23, 2014 | |