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Women in Finance Asia (WiFA) is an Association that provides women & men in the financial services industry the tools, resources and network to shift the dial in their professional interactions. We focus on key points of our members careers from being a young professional to an executive.

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It is decided: EmpowerU and @HERFUND

In 2020, the #Philanthropy Committee, backed by the Women in Finance Asia - WIFA leadership, has decided to continue our partnership with EmpowerU, which provides weekend finance and business skills lessons to approximately 600 domestic worker women.

Over the last year, WiFA has recruited 40+ volunteers who contributed 300+ hours to deliver and facilitate these sessions. We will be extending our EmpowerU partnership to offer more classes in-person and through online channels that will reach additional migrant workers.

We’re also delighted to announce that our second charity partner for 2020 is HER Fund. HER Fund is a community fund that provides funding and training to local women’s organisations. It provides small grants to grassroots groups who rarely have access to funding, and also provides leadership training and training in governance, fundraising and communications.

We’re looking forward to working with EmpowerU and HER Fund this year. Please look out for more information and help us to support these wonderful organisations in 2020.
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Where did the new coronavirus originate, how did it spread so fast -- and what's next? Sharing insights from the outbreak, global health expert and TED Fellow Alanna Shaikh traces the spread of COVID-19, discusses why travel restrictions aren't effective and highlights the medical changes needed worldwide to prepare for the next pandemic. "We need to make sure that every country in the world has the capacity to identify new diseases and treat them," she says. Recorded March 5, 2020 ... See MoreSee Less

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Volunteer opportunity: More than half of HK children from low-income families are unable to do any home learning because they lack technology. Crossroads Foundation have received dozens of donated computers from companies but help is needed to get these ready for delivery to hundreds of children (ie. installing windows and other Microsoft programs). Each half-day computer refurbishment session is open for 3 volunteers only--Crossroads disinfect their premises daily and ensure physical distancing for all volunteers and staff.

No prior IT experience is needed--clear instructions will be provided!

Please learn more here and support or share if you can: bit.ly/3aSrYXE
#COVID19relief #Staystronghongkong
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