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Rs. 10 m for 87 low income families

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outside-lead-2-Untitled-copyLFSUS Chairman Chandula Abeywickrema, LFSUS General Manager Gamini Swarnapala, JLL Chairman S. W KIriarachchi and JLL Director Sonal Kiriarachchi and NDB officials 



A tripartite agreement between ‘Janamithu Lanka Limited’ ( JLL), National Development Bank (NDB) and ‘Lanka Financial Services For Underserved Settlements’ (LFSUS) was signed to disburse a Rs. 10 million loan among 87 low income families assisting 363 beneficiaries in down South area through JLL branch network to uplift their housing standards and to develop infrastructure facilities to create  better living standards. The NDB Bank provided a bank loan to JLL under a credit guarantee provided by LFSUS to encourage the banks towards the lending for low income settlers and make them bankable.


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