Helen Angcap's Group
Helen was blessed with two children who are now school age. For her living, she decided to engage in operating a sari-sari store and a banana buy and sell business. For four years, she has been able to maintain the businesses during ups and downs. Now she earns an average net income of not less than P 3,500 a month, which is very helpful to her family. She joined the cooperative in 2009. As an active center chief and member of the PDP-LP Program of PAGLAUM MPC, a micro-finance program that reaches out to the rural poor, she is requesting an amount of P5,000 as her second loan t to add capital to her existing sari-sari store and banana buy and sell business. The future income from this loan will be used to improve the living conditions of her family, to meet their basic needs and save for future use. She is hoping that someday her business will become more progressive.
About PMPC: Paglaum Multi-Purpose Cooperative (PMPC) is one of the most progressive cooperatives in northwestern Mindanao. It reaches out to the rural poor using the Grameen model.
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About Paglaum Multi-Purpose CooperativePaglaum Multi-Purpose Cooperative (PMPC) was founded in 1992 by the beneficiaries, parents and staff of the Paglaum Community Development Foundation to address economic and livelihood activities for sustainability. The organization operates in the northwestern provinces of Mindanao and Visayas.
In the local vernacular, “paglaum” means “hope.” The initial foundation is dedicated to child development through a holistic approach. The goal is to build self-reliance and expand opportunity so the poorest of the poor can help themselves.
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