SASA PESA LOANS Pesa na pesa This is a micro-credit service commonly referred to by people as Pesa na Pesa that issues loans through the use of mobile phone. It was established in the year 2015. However, this Pesa na Pesa service can be accessed by individuals who are Safaricom Subscribers. It offers emergency loans […]
Loans applications in Kenya are accessed from the Google Play Store by being downloaded into an android mobile phone. They grant instant online loans to applicants. The following is a list of Loans application in Kenya; Tala App It was originally referred to as Mkopo Rahisi. For an applicant to access a loan from the […]
M-pesa can be defined as a branchless mobile-based banking. It was introduced by Vodafone in the year 2007. M-pesa offer various services to its’ customers. They include; purchase of airtime, deposit and withdrawal of money, payment of bills [lipa na M-pesa]. M-pesa also offers online loans. ELIGIBILITY: The following are the qualification necessary to qualify […]
Tala It was introduced in Kenya as ‘Mkopo Rahisi’ in the year 2014. It was later renamed as Tala. For an applicant to procure a loan one requires to have a smartphone and an operating M-pesa. For more information access the; Tala Loan App Saida Loan App Saida uses the Saida Loan App to issue […]
Payday loans are short term ‘low interest’ loans whereby the person lending the money allocates loans with high interest in-regards to the borrower’s income and credit profile. Payday loans are issued the same day an applicant applies for them. ELIGIBILITY: The following are the qualification necessary to qualify for Payday Loans; An applicant must have […]
The onset of technology has brought about so much ease in accessing funds without having to use the conventional banking and SACCOS for one to have access to money and in particular loans. The availability of smartphones and ease of internet accessibility and customer friendly data packages have made it more affordable to access the […]
The higher education’s loan board commonly referred to as HELB is an loan disbursement department under the ministry of higher education which is charged with the mandate of providing students with financial assistance so as to make their life in campus more bearable and convenient through meeting the costs incurred while in school.
However, due to the fact that the government is disbursing the HELB to the students.There are a number of conditions which they are supposed to fulfill in order to get the funds, and also for the authorities to prioritize on the neediest students due to the large number of applicants with the loans board. Some of the requirements to qualify for the higher education loan include;
Tvet are initials for Technical, Vocational Education & Training. Tvet loans are issued to eligible applicants that are being enrolled in public Technical, Vocational, Education Training Institutes acknowledged by Ministry of Education.
These are students who are in pursuance of the diploma courses availed in Institutes that have been recognized by Ministry of Education, Science and Technology and have been registered with KUCCPS
To be seen as the premier catalyst for workforce development in the region.