According to bank website, "The proposed funding is a senior unsecured facility of USD 7.5 million, with a tenor of 5 years (1-year grace) from MASSIF. The loan will be used to finance Sajida's microfinance portfolio."
According to FMO, Sajida Foundation was set up in 1993 as a non-profit organization, with a view to improving the quality of life in the communities through sustainable and effective intervention. Sajida is dedicated to their raison d'etre of bringing health, happiness and dignity in the lives of the less fortunate. Apart from the micro finance programs, Sajida also offers vast array of social development programs funded by grants, and donation by International Donors in the area of health, education, community welfare and women empowerment. Sajida is the 7th largest microfinance institution in Bangladesh with USD 199 million in total assets and USD 34 million in equity, as on Q3 2019. Sajida has 199 branches serving more than 340,000 customers as on Q3 2019.
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