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  • The town of Maungu lies on the road to Mombasa from Nairobi in Kenya. There's little employment for young women here - some are forced to become prostitutes, their customers the long distance truck drivers moving cargo from the port across east Africa. Soko was founded by Joanna Maiden to give people in the area an alternative. Their stitching school teaches women tailoring - and when they gradua...

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  • There are so many reasons to love New York - here are some things you might not know about the city and the state. They're just a few of the reasons we're proud you can now send money from the Empire State with WorldRemit. Read more here: https://www.worldremit.com/en/stories/story/2018/02/17/why-love-new-york

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  • Eugine hasn’t seen his mother since 2012 – she's a teacher in the UK. She left her family behind in Kenya to earn enough to support them - sent to his M-PESA mobile money account using WorldRemit. Eugine misses her, but knows her help is the reason he's studying accountancy at university in Nairobi. Since his grandmother’s Alzheimer’s has become worse he can no longer live with her. So Eugine dr...

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  • Christmas marks the arrival in the Philippines of thousands of balikbayan boxes sent from around the world. Balikbayan means 'return to country' in Tagalog - and every year overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) send these boxes tax free home to family and friends, full of useful goods and more importantly, love. New rules that would have limited the use of the service have been suspended for Christmas ...

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  • Kibera in Nairobi is the biggest slum in Africa. Over 250,000 people live here, many of whom are don't have access to formal financial services. M-PESA, Kenya's ground-breaking mobile money service changed this for many people in the settlement, giving the ability to carry cash safely, send money to friends and family, pay for goods and services - all from the most basic mobile phone, with no ne...

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  • M-PESA is turning 10. The pioneering mobile money service lets people send money, pay for goods and services and take advantage of a range of financial services from their mobile phone. It works on even the most basic handset - and you don't need a bank account. The service has been the first steps to financial inclusion for millions of people across the developing world. Kenyans are rightly pr...

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WorldRemit Ltd
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  • M-PESA is Kenya's groundbreaking mobile money service, and it's ubiquitous. East Africans have been able to pay for goods and services, send money to friends and family, pay school fees and utility bills using their mobile phone long before Apple Pay and Google Wallet made their debut. The WorldRemit team visited the Village Market Mall in Nairobi, Kenya to find out what people thought about usin...

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