How do our microcredits effect

Our Microcredit borrowers

Microcredits enable sustainable development, equality and empowerment

Georgia

Nino Peikrishvili nahm einen Mikrokredit auf, um ihr Blumengeschäft zu erweitern

Flower designer Nino Peikrishvili, 27 years old, runs a small business in Tbilisi – she has flower shops in the city center. Nino started her business 10 years ago, when she was 19 with small amount of money and opened a small flower shop. Now she rents 4 shops and leads a team of 8 employees. Her shop is very popular, sells different types of flowers.

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Moldova

Victor Efros konnte durch einen Mikrokredit seinen Weinanbau automatisieren

Victor Efros, a 60-year-old agronomist, started a business 11 years ago, by planting a vineyard in Pașcani village, Criuleni District. Even though this is a very popular business model in the Republic of Moldova, Victor has something different to offer to the market - Moldovan grapes, grown according to European method. Victor has been running his own businesses for a long time, starting with a rabbit farm and fodder production.  

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Cambodia

Prum Then konnte seine Kraftstoffkosten halbieren

Since the import of the three-wheeler from India, people have turned to use their services more than my old traditional three-wheeler. So I decided to ask for a loan of USD 3,550 for 48 months from LOLC to buy a new Bajaj RE205, three-wheeler combination of LPG and petrol,” said Mr. Then, 37 year old old tuk-tuk driver.

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Sri Lanka

Nishadi Lianag nutzte den Mikrokredit, um ihren Betrieb zu vergrößern

Mastering her craft as a coir manufacturer from early on, Nishadi started her own business in coir carpet manufacturing along with her husband a few years ago. She approached LOMC for an individual facility of Rs. 300,000 (around 1,655 Euro)

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Nicaragua

With microcredits Martha Castellon Cerda could built up a bakery

Martha “Lisseth” Castellon Cerda, a mother of three from Nicaragua, knows the value of hard work and perseverance. Throughout her life she has never ceased to work towards her goals and provide for her family.In the past, Lisseth and her husband were forced to move to Costa Rica to secure jobs. While there, Lisseth worked in a bar, a restaurant and even for the Costa Rican government.

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Peru

Coffee farmer Cesar Marín

This video shows how the microcredit for the coffee farmer Cesar Marín effected

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Georgia

Nino Peikrishvili nahm einen Mikrokredit auf, um ihr Blumengeschäft zu erweitern

Flower designer Nino Peikrishvili, 27 years old, runs a small business in Tbilisi – she has flower shops in the city center. Nino started her business 10 years ago, when she was 19 with small amount of money and opened a small flower shop. Now she rents 4 shops and leads a team of 8 employees. Her shop is very popular, sells different types of flowers.

Read more

Moldova

Victor Efros konnte durch einen Mikrokredit seinen Weinanbau automatisieren

Victor Efros, a 60-year-old agronomist, started a business 11 years ago, by planting a vineyard in Pașcani village, Criuleni District. Even though this is a very popular business model in the Republic of Moldova, Victor has something different to offer to the market - Moldovan grapes, grown according to European method. Victor has been running his own businesses for a long time, starting with a rabbit farm and fodder production.  

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Cambodia

Prum Then konnte seine Kraftstoffkosten halbieren

Since the import of the three-wheeler from India, people have turned to use their services more than my old traditional three-wheeler. So I decided to ask for a loan of USD 3,550 for 48 months from LOLC to buy a new Bajaj RE205, three-wheeler combination of LPG and petrol,” said Mr. Then, 37 year old old tuk-tuk driver.

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Sri Lanka

Nishadi Lianag nutzte den Mikrokredit, um ihren Betrieb zu vergrößern

Mastering her craft as a coir manufacturer from early on, Nishadi started her own business in coir carpet manufacturing along with her husband a few years ago. She approached LOMC for an individual facility of Rs. 300,000 (around 1,655 Euro)

Read more


Nicaragua

With microcredits Martha Castellon Cerda could built up a bakery

Martha “Lisseth” Castellon Cerda, a mother of three from Nicaragua, knows the value of hard work and perseverance. Throughout her life she has never ceased to work towards her goals and provide for her family.In the past, Lisseth and her husband were forced to move to Costa Rica to secure jobs. While there, Lisseth worked in a bar, a restaurant and even for the Costa Rican government.

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Peru

Coffee farmer Cesar Marín

This video shows how the microcredit for the coffee farmer Cesar Marín effected

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