Our AchievementsLead is committed to empowering women within our organization across all positions, and to recognizing leadership potential in every individual. We make it a priority to provide opportunities to learn and grow. Currently women hold 29% of all positions within Lead, and 14% of management roles.
Development & Training AchievementsLead believes that to achieve its vision we need talented and qualified employees.
Accordingly our training team has developed Initial Training for new hires and with the support of Women's World Banking, Lead developed comprehensive training programs for our employees. These could include technical training in Microinsurance and Lending methedologies or skills development in sales and others. They are aimed at enhancing the operations performance and the customer service.
Lead focuses on continuous employee development and engagement, and has successfuly offered training to 587 employees.
Key Performance IndicatorsSince inception, Lead has achieved exceptional outreach and repayment rates through the Group Lending and Individual Lending Programs.
As of December 2016 Lead Foundation had an outstanding portfolio of 294 million EGP and total of 173,335 active clients, of which 88% are women.
The Group Lending Methodology is entirely directed to women clients, and in the Individual Lending Methodology women represent 50% of the portfolio.
These figures demonstrate Lead's Commitment to its mission of serving the economically active poor in particularly women.
- Cumulative number of loans
- Cumulative amount of loans disbursed
- Cumulative number of clients served
- 3,869,567,550 EGP
- Highlights as of December 2016
Clients served 796,140
%women clients 88%
18 branches + 2 satellites
IL Female Vs. Male