Lieza Expands Her Store

Lieza is a Filipina mother of three children under 10 years old. She joined our microfinance program in the Philippines last year because their second child is about to start school and she knows that it would mean an increase in their family’s expenses. She currently owns a small store where she sells snacks and other food items in their community. Recently, she added freshly cooked burgers and cold refreshments so she can also increase the profit of her business.

We are happy to see how our members are setting their eyes on the goal, by looking at the opportunities around them that they can use to grow their business. In the future, Lieza plans to maximize her space which allows her to take care of her youngest while earning for their family as well.

We are grateful to all our donors for their continued support of our Microfinance program.


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Appointing Coordinators in our Microfinance Program

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Microfinance Member Provides Employment to Family Members

Currently, we have ten mothers attending our microfinance program orientation, where they express their commitment to pay back their loans and grow their businesses.




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Marilyn's Farm

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Bayan Bayanan's First Fellowship Meeting

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Last June 2 marked "Bayan Bayanan Fellowship's" first fellowship meeting. They are the first group formed in their area. One of our existing good payers from...