Bracing through the COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be difficult for many rakyat and micro businesses. The many uncertainties are due to, among others, mutating variants that have made it extremely challenging to completely control the pandemic. This has resulted in closed economic sectors, threatening livelihoods which could potentially plunge many towards indebtedness
Small daily expenses do add up to into a sizable chunk of one’s monthly expenses, particularly for the average worker earning less than RM3,000 monthly and living in a city. Your daily commute might cost RM4.80 but let’s say you work 6 days a week, that small daily sum accumulates to around RM115 per month.
The Government realises the value of women entrepreneurs towards the recovery of our nation’s economy. Special micro credit financing through Tekun, MARA and Agrobank for women entrepreneurs as well as existing initiatives such as Geran Khas Prihatin are just some of injections that the country has in store for women entrepreneurs