National Economic Empowerment Fund (NEEF) says it will start providing loans to technical and vocational skills graduates to empower them economically.
NEEF Public Relations Officer, Whytone Kapasule said the institution has collaborated with learning institutions that provide entrepreneurial training such as SMEDI and TEVET to support students who complete their studies with start-up capital.
He said the loans would reduce challenges that most graduates face, thereby allowing them to actively engage in socio-economic activities.
According to the TEVET spokesperson, the loan scheme would open up opportunities for students to put into action what they learnt and contribute to the socio-economic development of the country.
So far, Neef has disbursed K5 billion in form of loans to Malawians.
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