In order to close the year 2015 on a good note, Ovamba has decided to stretch its hand to the less privileged. A staff delegation visited the IPP (Institute of Professional Practices), a private intensive vocational training center for both social and Christian purposes.
IPP gives professional training to widows, orphans, enabling them to competitive within the job market and thrive despite their marginalization and difficulties. Dr Annie Smith, founder of the Center is pictured here (wearing black) with Ovamba and IPP employees.
Ovamba supported the center with gifting and donations for children and people af all age. It was also a very deep moment of fun, share and exchange. Founders of the center were so happy and fulfilled and look forward for the next encounter.
ABOUT OVAMBA SOLUTIONS, INC.
Ovamba is a US based financial services technology company founded by Marvin R. R. Cole and Viola A. Llewellyn in early 2013. Ovamba launched in June 2014 in Douala, Cameroon. Ovamba’s internet based platform allows accredited and institutional investors seeking liquidity from investment in African debt to invest in high quality, well-vetted small business loans and other assets from African financial institutions. Ovamba currently in Cameroon has plans in the near future to offer similar services in the Economic Community of Central African States market. Longer-term expansion plans include other regions of Africa and additional products. Ovamba is led by a management team with deep experience in banking, technology and banking advisory from firms such as Mckinsey & Co, JP Morgan Chase, Barclays, National Commercial Bank, Rothschild, Unisys and many others. www.Ovamba.com
Created in December 2012, the Institute of Professional Practices aims at providing less privileged of the society (widows, orphans, children of the street) with professional training in several domains like sales, contact agent, medical secretary…
For more information on IPP, visit their page https://www.facebook.com/IPP-177203089283039/?fref=ts