Sustaining her 3 children through pig raising

Loving the work of our Philippines based partners – the Honor 1000 Movement. They’ll impact the lives of 2,500 women with small business loans this year – that means lots of children stabilized in school.

With the increasing demand of native pigs in her community, this mother is grateful that her first loan from Honor 1000 Micro-Finance Program enabled her to add two female pigs to her business. This increases her expected sales and as well as her motivation to grow her small business. With the help of her husband’s farming, they are determined to provide for their family and to see their three children graduate school.

   

 

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Building Relationships With 20 New Microfinance Signups

March 8, 2024, is an eventful day for us and our Manila team as we celebrate 20 new signups to our Honor 1000 Microfinance Program! Fifteen of these mothers come from Brgy. San Pablo and our trusted coordinators carefully screened them to ensure their dedication.




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Appointing Coordinators in our Microfinance Program

We continue to empower more women through our microfinance program in the Philippines. We opened a new microfinance group in Bayan-Bayanan, one of the barangays in Dinalupihan, Bataan.




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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

Marilyn and her husband are incredibly proud vegetable farmers who work hard to provide for their family of five, including two young children in elementary school.




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Lilibeth's Store Supports Her Kids' Future

Lilibeth smiles brightly beside her food store. Though small in size, this business helped her send her eldest son to college.




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Selling Rice Cakes for a Living

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...