Getting her Shop Back on its Feet

Uma Maya has been part of the My Business My Freedom Program in Nepal since the lockdown ended. She was about to close her snack and vegetable shop after she ran out of resources to add goods. She appreciates the program for helping her be able to fill her shop back up with needed supplies. Uma pays her monthly installments on time as she earns her income every month.

My Business – My Freedom will then expand throughout other regions, each year with new loan capital, to eventually have in excess of 1,000 women supported in the My Business – My Freedom program by 2023 (subject to additional loan capital being secured).

It takes US$270 / A$385 of loan capital to start a woman in this program and on her way to a poverty free future. She will repay her loan within 6 – 9 months, and then it’s lent out again. It’s a gift that keeps on giving.


WE NEED YOUR HELP

Help stabilize Nepali women with a small business loan. Your donation of US$200 will go a long way. Click on the links below to know more.

   

Our Partners

   

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Sushila's Fishing Equipment Store

Sushila Damai is one of the members benefiting from our microfinance program in Nepal, My Business My Freedom (MBMF).




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MBMF Paves the Path Towards Financial Success

Binu Gurung diligently tends to her farms every morning. Her business is steadily growing, and she finds great satisfaction in seeing the fruit of her labor.




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From Carrying Bricks to Having Her Own Store

Janu Maya Thapa Magar, a 35-year-old Nepali woman, spent her youth carrying bricks for a living due to the lack of support and opportunities to lead a good life.




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Khushi’s Way to Break the Deep-rooted Stigma

As we look at the history of the "Badi" community, it is a marginalized group in Nepal that has historically faced discrimination on both social and economic grounds and had to endure social stigma and prejudice, which restricted their access to education and basic necessities.




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3-Day Financial Literacy Training Program Empowers Nepali Women

Our program, My Business My Freedom (MBMF), in Nepal, is making a significant impact by offering credit services to Nepali women.




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MBMF Microfinance Program Continues to Make a Difference

Puja, 32, is one of our My Business My Freedom (MBMF) microfinance program members in Nepal.