Memory became a mother at 18 years old.
She faced profound grief as the youngest of her two daughters was born prematurely and tragically died after three days.
Joining MicroLoan has helped Memory pay for an expensive surgery and send her daughter to school.
People living in extreme poverty are more susceptible to the impact of emergency. Be it family tragedy, natural disaster or famine.
The stark reality is that support from MicroLoan is one of the only things standing between the women we work with and hunger, hardship and extreme poverty.
Your support will provide a lifeline to prepare women for domestic emergencies and external shocks.
We measure our impact carefully. The data shows that our model is effective in increasing resilience.
97% of our clients in Zambia reported improved resilience to face emergencies.
The urgency cannot be overstated. Every passing day without adequate resources puts more lives at risk.
Please donate to provide a woman like Memory with a start-up loan. With your contribution, she can build a steady source of income to provide for her family.
Your generous contribution will directly impact the lives of the women living in poverty in Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe. It will enable them to rebuild what has been lost, obtain vital medical care, and create a safer environment for themselves and their families.