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Visa has announced a grant towards the African Women Impact Fund (AWIF), to fund the working capital needs of women fund managers in Africa.

The fund which involves partnerships with Standard Bank and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) will target 55 women in south, east and west Africa who responded to AWIF’s call to action and have been part of their programme since 2020.

Visa’s grant to the AWIF is an extension of the She’s Next program, a global advocacy…

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