The foundation supports hundreds of young project leaders every year in the Republic of Congo by providing them with coaching and funding. But the coronavirus pandemic has turned the 2020 agenda of the busy UBA foundation upside down.
Speaking as part of the World Customer Week events celebrated from October 5 to 9, UBA-Congo Managing Director Vincent de Paul Ngimbock admitted the impact of the health crisis on the schedule of UBA-Congo’s activities. the foundation, while remaining optimistic for the months to come.
“It should be noted that the foundation is an association which carries out activities continuously in order to perpetuate the actions always carried out. This is part of our corporate social responsibility policy of the bank, so we have an obligation to do it, ”he assured during the second UBA insid issue, an interactive exchange with the public on social networks, Facebook and WhatsApp.
Note that the UBA foundation is a branch of the group’s social responsibility. She advocates for the socio-economic development of the communities in which the bank operates, focusing on the environment, education, economic empowerment and special projects. These interactive exchanges also enabled the Managing Director of United Bank for Africa (UBA) to answer Internet users’ questions about the bank’s new digital products such as UBA mobile Banking, internet Banking.
“All new digital products work great and we work on perfecting these products every day. We practice true financial inclusion! », Said Vincent de Paul Ngimbock.