Last week was a busy one for TSC in Kiambu County as the teachers employer embarked on recruitment of excercise of Junior Secondary School Teachers.
However, that was not all that was happening in Kiambu. Kenya Women Teachers as a major stakeholder in the education sector, took advantage of the drive and sensitised the newly employed teachers on its products such as KEWOTA microfinance and Insurance.
Kiambu Coordinator , Nancy Muhindi explained to the anxious audience the benefits of the Association and how teachers have both directly and indirectly benefited from the Association since it was established.
KEWOTA microfinance, a business solutions arm which has been established provide financial support through table banking and loans with the lowest interests caught the attention of the new teachers who were eager to know more and more.
Bi Nancy further assured the teachers that KEWOTA will soon launch insurance solutions such as motor vehicle covers.
“We shall soon launch these products and as soon as we do so, teachers will be among we be among the first beneficiaries,” said Nancy.
During the meeting, a number of JSS teachers filled forms and joined KEWOTA…