TO ACHIEVE OUR VISION
EMPOWER THE POOR
Especially the marginalized women,
to transform their lives.
We believe that by giving people the tools to lead healthy, productive lives, we can help them discover their God-given dignity.
DELIVER PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Create an environment that enhances the capabilities of women and their families
We integrate into our various programs the ASHI core values of integrity, social commitment, human dignity, excellence and solidarity.
Especially with other anti-poverty institutions and organizations.
Creating an environment that enhances the capabilities of women and their families.
MRS. JESSICA PERdIGON
RECIPE FOR SUCCESS
Jessica Perdigon became an entrepreneur by circumstance. She was already training for a supervisory position as a sewer in Triumph Lingerie Philippines when the branch had to close. To earn some income to help support her growing family, she went into buying and selling different small items to friends and neighbors.
MRS. LORIE JANE ALMAZORA
A NATURAL BORN ENTREPRENEUR
Lorie Jane declares that on line marketing has advanced her business more than expectation. Through social media, her clients and sales swelled, extending beyond neighbors, friends, and kinfolks. Lorie who hails from Binan, Laguna has been an entrepreneur at heart even as early as her elementary years.
MRS. APOLONIA MENDOZA
PADDLING THROUGH ROUGH SEAS
Apolonia Valenzuela is a Laguna North Branch (LNB) member. Before her husband was diagnosed with aplastic anemia and a condition in the intestines, the family thrived through fishing. With aplastic anemia, her husband could no longer do heavy work. This challenge brought out the creativity and resourcefulness of Nanay Apolonia to carry on providing for the family.
MRS. TERESA GRANALE
INNOVATION WORKS THROUGH COURAGE
Teresa Granale, a Rizal Southwest Branch (RSWB) member, is an optimistic and resourceful woman. With ten children, she just had to help provide for her family. Her hardworking husband was unable to find a regular job. Growing vegetables was one of the first things that came to Teresa’s mind to reduce food expenses.
MRS. VIVIAN MARAÑON
A FAMILY THAT WORKS TOGETHER
Vivian Maranon, an Antique Southeast Branch (ASEB) member, is engaged in food vending, sewing, and farming. Her family assists her in developing their backyard vegetable garden, which has garnered many awards from the LGU and other government agencies.
“I believe that poor people are the world's greatest entrepreneurs.
Every day, they must innovate in order to survive.”
- Prof. Muhammad Yunus
Nobel Peace Prize Awardee