Back to Basics

As a mother of 5, Noemi and her husband have been working hard to keep all their kids in school and well provided for.

Noemi joined Honor 1000’s Microfinance Program in 2015 and has been gradually growing her business since. From direct selling of personal care products, she has now started selling household items and frozen products as well. This decision helped her a lot especially during this time of pandemic since most households reduced their purchases to basic necessities, including frozen goods.

Though times have been difficult, Noemi continues to persevere – reaching out to her loyal customers and paying her weekly commitments, while also saving for hard times and her family’s future.

Noemi and some household items she sells

Help Filipino Families Break Away from the Cycle of Poverty

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Small Poultry Business for Dil

Dil lives with her daughter in a rural area 25 kilometers away from the city. They live in two rented rooms with a roof made up of zinc sheets. She works as a farm laborer to provide for her and her daughter.




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Reaching Out to Young Moms in the Philippines

Many Filipino families continue to suffer from the harsh consequences of prolonged lockdown in the country. Sadly, many of these parents are pushed to their limits and resort to exploitation (of their own children) as a means to earn a living.




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A Restaurant Owner in the Making

Womokyid, 29, lives in the province with her family and aging parents. When she was younger, her father had an accident at work leaving him unable to work. Because of this, Womokyid had to stop school so she can help her mother take care of her father and earn income for their family. Now that she has a family of her own, her desire is to start a small restaurant of her own so can take care of her family while also earning a stable income.




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Small Business for a Loving Grandmother

Fujie, 44, is a single mother. She raised her son alone after her husband has left home many years ago. Her biggest regret was not being able to send her son to school to complete his studies. She hopes to be of help in any way she can.




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Saving for Her Children's Future

As a mother to four children, with her youngest just born recently, Florian sees it important to secure their family’s means of income. Continue reading her story.




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Overcoming Challenges through Perseverance

Quijangtso first applied in the Husky Energy Tailoring Skills Program for Women in 2019 with the recommendation of the project coordinator and teachers. Faced with a lot of challenges, Quijangtso did not back down and continued to persevere.