Rosalyn is one the recipients of our Microfinance Program in the Philippines. She is one of the pioneers of providing refillable water containers in her community. Though there are now other refilling stations in the area, since she has been serving them the longest she is able to establish her pool of loyal customers.
Her husband helps in the business as well and they invested in a tricycle which helps them in fulfilling orders. She is also a sewer who accepts orders and repairs from her neighbors. We are grateful to be part of Rosalyn’s journey as she continues to work hard to see all her four children finish their studies.
We hope to help more Filipinos like Rosalyn be more financially independent by providing microfinance loans so they can start their own small businesses.
Help More Filipinos Break Away from the Cycle of Poverty
With your support of AU$385/US$270, we will be able to provide a Filipino mom with a small business loan. Click on the links below to know more.
Geraldine is part of our microfinance program in the Philippines. With all four of her children studying, Geraldine ensures her made-to-order rice cakes stand out from the rest. She has shown that rice cakes, which are typically plain in color, can also be fun and exciting. These are just some of the designs that she's made.Read the full article...
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...