Growing and Graduating

Thanks to Honor 1000’s Micro-Finance Program, Judy is about to see two of her youngest children graduate.

Judy is happily married, a mother of eight, and a small-scale entrepreneur. Through the assistance of microloans, she was able to grow pigs as part of her business. After a year, she opened her own sari-sari store together with her daughter.

She now sustains and expands both of her businesses by reinvesting her income.

By educating and assisting mothers like Judy, we help them find alternatives and stop them from making desperate choices.

We are as excited as Judy to see more young people enjoy their youth, graduate, and make a better living.

 

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Empowering Moms through Microfinance Program

Through our Microfinance Program in the Philippines, we are able to empower more mothers by helping them start their small businesses that can support their families. Here are just some of the beaming faces of the proud Filipina moms and their amazing business endeavors:

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MBMF Continues to Grow

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Starting Small Businesses to Uplift Women

There's nothing quite like being able to grow something from scratch. We are so blessed to witness the lives of these women who have taken the challenge of starting their own businesses to save up and to earn little by little for their livelihood.

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Shanti's Children Are Back in School

Shanti was married at an early age. Her husband works as a daily waged laborer and his minimal pay is not sufficient to provide for the family and the schooling of their children. Because of this, their daughter stopped going to school.




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A New Start for Sunita

As a little girl, both of Sunita's parents passed away so she had no one to send her to school. She got married and moved to Pokhara with her husband to find work. But they struggled to earn sufficient money to even eat two meals a day.




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Nenita's Farm and Livestock

Nenita joined the Honor 1000 Microfinance Project in 2021. She and her husband are both vegetable and rice farmers and are working together to provided for their four children. She shares how the typhoons and floods affect their harvest season.