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New Project to Financially Support 1,000 Low-Income Women Across Egypt

A thousand women will be integrated into AMAN’s network of clients, providing them with point-of-sale (POS) machines, electronic payments apps and capital to help kickstart the use of the machines.

In a bid to promote financial inclusion and empowerment of Egyptian women, AMAN for e-payments has partnered with the Arab Women Enterprise Fund (AWEF) for a new initiative aimed at 1,000 Egyptian women from low-income communities. These women will be integrated into AMAN’s network of clients, providing them with point-of-sale (POS) machines, electronic payments apps and capital to help kickstart the use of the machines.


AMAN offers more than 700 services through its extensive network of more than 120,000 merchants across Egypt. AWEF, meanwhile, is a development programme for women funded by the British Foreign Office for Commonwealth Affairs and Development (FCDO). The fund focuses on encouraging the development of digital financial services to be more inclusive of women, enhancing their presence in the labor market.


This initiative aims not only to empower women but also encourages the use of electronic payment methods across low-income communities.