M-Selen empowers women, youth, and SMEs: Lasaqa


Christina Lasaqa, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Our Telekom says Women’s inclusion and empowerment have been central to the company’s mission of the M-Selen mobile money service.

Speaking at the M-Selen first birthday anniversary yesterday at Heritage Park Hotel, CEO Lasaqa stated the with 46% of the company’s users being women, M-Selen is playing a critical role in enhancing women’s financial independence and participation in the economy.

“Similarly, we are committed to youth empowerment, providing young people with the tools and opportunities they need to succeed in today’s digital economy.

“Our support for SMEs has also been significant. By providing these small and medium enterprises with access to financial services, we are helping them grow, create jobs, and contribute to the overall economic development of our country.

“The ability to conduct financial transactions easily and securely has improved livelihoods, created opportunities, and fostered financial literacy among our population.

“Looking ahead, we see a bright future for M-SELEN and the people of the Solomon Islands. We are committed to continuing our efforts to enhance financial inclusion, expand our services, and bring the benefits of the digital economy to every corner of our nation.

“We envision a future where every individual, regardless of their location or socioeconomic status, has access to the financial services they need to improve their lives and achieve their goals.” Our Telekom CEO said.

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