Blockbonds has achieved a partnership with UN Women after winning a procurement, targeting the empowerment of women through financial education.
The Norwegian Fintech company Blockbonds will launch the services of their product ‘SPENN’ through a pilot in Kakuma refugee camp, together with UN Women.
The product SPENN will be tested with a target to empower the women in the camp and to contribute to financial independence and empowerment.
The project in the Kakuma camp will be the first deployment for SPENN in partnership with a humanitarian organization such as UN Women. Through structured education, Blockbonds will demonstrate the product’s usability and convenience, and how it empowers the women involved in the program.
“We are honoured to receive this endorsement from UN Women, and we are highly motivated to ensure success in the camps through a close partnership,” CEO of Blockbonds, Mr Jens Glaso said.