ASA Savings and Loans donate food items to Weija flood victims

By Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo
Business & Finance ASA Savings and Loans donate food items to Weija flood victims
NOV 16, 2022 LISTEN

ASA Savings and Loans Limited has provided support to the victims of the recent Weija floods.

The company through its Weija Business Centre on Wednesday, November 16, donated food items to the tune of GHS22,000 to the Weija flood victims.

The donation was made to a total of 131 clients of the Savings and Loans company in the affected area.

Each client received 5-kilo rice, one Oil, Sardines, and Tomato paste.


Deputy Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of ASA Savings and Loans, Mr. Shah Md Abdul Wahab led the donation and presented the items to the flood victims.

He said the donation was part of the company's Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSRs).

He was in the company of the Operations Manager Mr. Mohammad Iqbal Kabir, Area Manager, pope Neequeye and ASA Savings and Loans Weija Branch Manager Mrs. Evelyn Akpene Adogo.


ASA Savings and Loans is currently serving more than 200,000 clientele through 137 business centers/branches in nine regions and around 1100 staff. The company mainly focuses on the SME sector with a further focus on female entrepreneurs.

The company also focuses highly on financial inclusion and try cover unbanked people in semi-urban as well as rural areas in the country.

The company offers different loans and savings products for its customer for their financial solvency. There is a special product called Education Loan to support customers.

ASA Savings and Loans envisions providing financial assistance to low-income entrepreneurs through a systematic process under a well-structured ASA model to achieve sustainable business growth both for the company and clients as well.

The company embarks on Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) activities throughout the year including free medical health screening, free breast cancer screening, a scholarship program for the Children of ASA clients, a donation to orphanages, a donation to physically disabled people, donations to schools, drilling of Borehole for communities, as well as the provision of relief to Flood Victims and Fire Victims.

Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo
Eric Nana Yaw Kwafo