Polymed Posts Profit

Polymed Savings and Credit Cooperative has made a profit of K62 million during the 2021 Financial Year.

The SACCO’s General Manager, Mary Bokosi Musona, attributed the success to increased growth of membership as a result of a new marketing strategy and introductions of soft loans to some members who were retrenched due to Covid-19.

Polymed is one of the best performers under the umbrella body of Malawi Union of Savings and Credit Cooperatives (MUSCCO).

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