AHON SA HIRAP, INC.
(A Microfinance NGO)
are carefully designed so members can readily pay back on time. Credit discipline is encouraged and commended among members to enhance their sense of honor and dignity.
This loan is for income-generating activities of all active members who are conscientious about their obligations.
It can range from a minimum of five thousand (10,000) to one hundred thousand (100,000) with loan term choices.
This loan, which includes insurance and marketing assistance, helps poor farmers and fishermen in ASHI-covered areas.
The Farmer Entrepreneurship Program (FEP) clustering approach was introduced in partnership with local government units and private institutions and companies.
This income-generating loan can be used only on a cash basis for such short-term business opportunities as fiesta sales, trade fairs, export orders, etc. It is available to all active members with an outstanding credit rating during 3rd cycle of the current General Loan ASHI-1.
This loan is intended for house or toilet construction or repairs, electrical or water connection, and immediate family’s school expenses such as tuition and miscellaneous fees, uniform, school supplies, etc. It is available to all active, conscientious members during the 2nd cycle of the current General Loan for ASHI-1 members.
SPECIAL LOAn (gadget & solar)
This loan can be availed of for all types of personal household needs, SSS/PhilHealth premium, family emergencies, and center hall construction and improvements. It comprises five types: 3K Loan; SSS/PhilHealth Premium Loan; Emergency Loan; Resiliency Loan; and Center Loan.
ASHI enrolls its members in an insurance program which guarantees that their family will receive compensation should any untoward event happens.
ASHI members encourage to save for the future. They may withdraw their savings deposited with ASHI as the need arises.
ASHI continuously conducts various training programs for its members, whether it is for personal, social, spiritual and business development as they grow their businesses; they also given Financial Literacy, Disaster Management, and Business Management, training, to ensure that they are equipped with the necessary skills. Care for the environment is also a concern that is developed with ASHI members.
ASHI's main constituents called "Nanays" are the poorest women in its service areas which are referred to as branches. Each branch operates 30-50 centers.
In recent years, the same loan access has been extended to farmers and fishermen through the ASHI Grameen Agricultural Program (AGAP).