MICRO LOAN FUND It is a micro lending Fund for Kenyans disbursed through Safaricom Foundation’s partners – Junior Achievement Kenya (JA) and Hand in Hand Eastern Africa (HiHEA) who have experience in group mobilization, business training and provision of access to micro credit. The Fund is available to individuals and community groups/alumni that do not […]
HIGHER EDUCATION LOAN Product features Caters for college and university higher education Maximum period – 24 months Interest rate – 1% p.m. on reducing balance (6.5% p.a.) Supporting documents – college fees structure must be attached to the application. Cheques may be raised in the name of the college where applicable Only one higher education […]
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.