We are pleased to share with you Episode 2 of [email protected] with Dr. Kazeem Olanrewaju (CEO of Baobab Nigeria), as he shares a client’s testimonial that has been one of the organization’s highlights;
Baobab+ is encouraging the take up of energy savings products through PAYG financing. Alexandre Coster, CEO of Baobab+ summarises the project supported by Mastercard Foundation Fund for Rural Prosperity.
After many months of preparation, we are pleased to announce the launch of the “interoperability project”.
In 2019, Baobab Group has performed strongly. By the end of 2019, we had disbursed almost €1bn in loans and had a gross loan portfolio of €714m in Africa and China. In 2019, Baobab Group recorded excellent financial results.
Having graduated in Medicine from the University of Ankatso in 2002, Dr Mamy started his own medical practice two years later, in a region that had never had a medical centre. In 2016, he took a training course in Health Care Management. The course, delivered by Shops Plus in partnership with
USAID, is aimed at Baobab Bank Madagascar’s customers in the private health care sector.
Baobab informs and raises awareness among the employees and customers on protective measures to stop the spread of the Covid-19 through flyers, posters, videos, post on social media, SMS or phone calls.
UIB – Groupe Société Générale and Baobab Tunisia signed a financing agreement of 20 million dinars in the form of a loan granted for a period of 3 years.