Orabank Guinea has relaunched its school loans in the run-up to the new school year, which was postponed due to the Ebola epidemic. The country has seen a host of awareness-raising campaigns in recent weeks and the government has issued medical kits to state and private schools in order to tackle Ebola, raising hopes that classes will be able to start in the coming days.

The school year normally begins in October in Guinea.

Orabank school loans are designed to help customers manage back-to-school expenses.

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