CSC Empowerment and Inclusion Programme (CEIP)
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MAKING FINANCE WORK FOR WOMEN SUMMIT
“CEIP was represented at the Making Finance Work for Women Summit by Ahmed Lodhi, The summit brought into discussion gender-focused perspectives under the key themes of Digital Financial Services, Behavioral Design, SME Development, Impact Investment, and Corporate Leadership, through various session formats..”
Ms. Shaista Jan is the founder and CEO of CEIP, and has been running the organisation under her leadership for the past 28 years. She has grown the organisation’s profile to encompass interventions in Microfinance, Women’s socio-economic empowerment, health and education, and has extended CEIP’s outreach into Southern Punjab.
Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Jawad Yousaf has over 17 years of experience working in the microfinance sector. He joined CEIP in 2006, and has been contributing to the organization’s growth and transformation from an NGO to Microfinance Company. He has successfully registered the organization as a NBFC with SECP. He has done ACMA, & B.Com from PU.
Mr. Jamil Ahmad has over 22 years of experience working with various organizations at operations, senior management, senior advisor, technical assistance, and independent consultant positions. He has developed his expertise in various microfinance products and programs.
Nayab Gohar jan
Business Development & External Relations Head
Ms. Nayab Gohar Jan joined CEIP in 2017 after the completion of her masters degree from the London School of Economics. Her commitment is towards modernization and innovation, which led her to initiate CEIP’s Solar Energy Loan, as well as push for digitisation.
I have taken Rs. 150,000 from CEIP for the construction of the upper two floors of my house. I have constructed 2 rooms on each floor from the loan money and my previous savings, and have rented it off at Rs. 5000 per room. My monthly loan instalment is at 8,600, and the rest is my savings, which I have used to buy various things around the house. This loan has helped me improve my house along with increasing our household income.
We have used the loan money to construct our first floor for rent. It is a complete one-bedroom portion, with kitchen, and a TV lounge. At the moment we have rented the portion for Rs. 8000 to a family and our installment is Rs. 8,600, but this is still a very profitable investment, as it has added value to our house, and we one have a few months left of the installments after which we will be keeping the entire rent for our consumption.
I have purchased the Nowa UNO-50 from CEIP, a portable solar light that can be carried around the house at ease. The most use I get out of it is in the kitchen, when I am cooking for my family, as I no longer need a Kerosine Lamp, which I know is hazardous for the health.
I use the light around the clock. One day’s charge lasts us hours, and we don’t have to rely on emergency lights that depend on on-grid electricity for charging. My daughter uses it for her studies, and I use it in the kitchen for cooking. We have the fan as well, which keeps us cool in this weather. They are very useful products that helps us cut our electricity bills as well.I have purchased the Nowa UNO-50 from CEIP, a portable solar light that can be carried around the house at ease. The most use I get out of it is in the kitchen, when I am cooking for my family, as I no longer need a Kerosine Lamp, which I know is hazardous for the health.