Success Stories

Lucia Mangochi

Lucia Mangochi is a successful business owner who is a part of our Kupatakwathu group in Malawi. Lucia’s MicroLoan group, Kupatakwathu group, has 13 female members aged 27 – 42 years old from ...

Lucia Mangochi is a successful business owner who is a part of our Kupatakwathu group in Malawi. Lucia’s MicroLoan group, Kupatakwathu group, ...

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Why lending to women works

The World Bank estimates that 70% of the world’s poorest are women. Survival is doubly difficult because they lack access to economic opportunities, education and support services. They also bear ...

The World Bank estimates that 70% of the world’s poorest are women. Survival is doubly difficult because they lack access to economic opportunities,...

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Help us win charity of the year

We are delighted to announce that MicroLoan Foundation has been shortlisted as one of six charities who are in the running for the Deutsche Bank Charities of the Year partnership 2018-19. 389 million ...

We are delighted to announce that MicroLoan Foundation has been shortlisted as one of six charities who are in the running for the Deutsche Bank ...

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Mavis Soko

Mavis Soko is the proud owner of a restaurant in Kafue, a town in southern Zambia called Mayo Waluse which means ‘Mother of Compassion’. Mavis set up the restaurant a year ago with a loan and ...

Mavis Soko is the proud owner of a restaurant in Kafue, a town in southern Zambia called Mayo Waluse which means ‘Mother of Compassion’. Mavis set...

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Masikini Maureen

Masikini Maureen is a 45-year-old widow who lives in Mwakhoza, Zambia with her five children. She is a member and secretary of the Titandizane group in Malawi. Titandizane means ‘let’s help each ...

Masikini Maureen is a 45-year-old widow who lives in Mwakhoza, Zambia with her five children. She is a member and secretary of the Titandizane group ...

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How MicroLoan Foundation creates sustainability

Microfinance organisations are often criticised for providing fundamentally unsustainable solutions to poverty. They are critiqued for giving out loans which are spent solely on consumption rather ...

Microfinance organisations are often criticised for providing fundamentally unsustainable solutions to poverty. They are critiqued for giving out ...