FDH Bank today made a donation of K500,000 to 500 Miles Prosthetic and Orthotic Centre, an organization at Mzuzu Central Hospital that helps people who have mobility problems. Presenting the cheque, FDH Bank Mzuzu branch manager, Stephen Chawala said the organization is doing a commendable job in getting people move again. He said the Bank thought of giving back to the society, through the donation, in an effort to make a real difference to people's lives.
FDH Bank has once again reaffirmed one of its aspirations to make the banking experience enjoyable and more convenient through technology with the launch of FDH eMoney, set to empower the unbanked population with yet another affordable and innovative banking solution.
In a partnership with Airtel Money, the bank will be offering a mobile money solution suitable for both individual and corporate customers and agents. This means that customers on FDH eMoney can transact using their e-value in their mobile phones and their cash sitting in the account interchangeably upon registering with Airtel Money through FDH Bank.
FDH Bank managing director Phillip Madinga, who signed the agreement on behalf of the bank, said they partnered with Airtel Malawi to provide a robust mobile banking solution through Airtel Money.