HELP JUST GOT CLOSER. Tagbilaran City Mayor John Geesnell Yap (right) cuts the ribbon to formally open the RAFI Microfinance branch in his city. With him are RAFI Micro-finance & Entrepreneurship Executive Director Ma. Theresa Catipay and RAFI COO Dominica Chua.
HELP JUST GOT CLOSER. Tagbilaran City Mayor John Geesnell Yap (right) cuts the ribbon to formally open the RAFI Microfinance branch in his city. With him are RAFI Micro-finance & Entrepreneurship Executive Director Ma. Theresa Catipay and RAFI COO Dominica Chua.

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RAFI Microfinance opens five more branches

  • RAFI Microfinance’s 23 branches can now better provide loans and capacity-building initiatives
  • The new branches are intended to help provide a stable and rewarding livelihood to more mothers in Bohol, Cebu, and Leyte

To serve more of its homemaker clients,RAFI Microfinance has opened five more branches in Bohol, Cebu, and Leyte, bringing the total number of branches to 23.

Nanays, or mothers, may secure loans and avail themselves of capacitybuilding initiatives to support their desire to have their own means of livelihood and improve their families’ living conditions.

“We want something sustainable for the mothers. We hope that through this branch, all of us will prosper,” said RAFI Chief Operating Officer Dominica Chua during the Sogod branch opening held on August 4.

Meanwhile, during the opening of the Carcar branch on July 2, Hazel Guille was one of the nanays who was ecstatic that RAFI Microfinance has opened a branch near her. “Nalipay kaayo ko ug nagpasalamat nga aduna nay branch nga duol diri sa Carcar kay sa una muadto pa ko sa Argao branch,” she said.

Over the past four months, RAFI Microfinance also opened branches in Tagbilaran City, Bohol (located at Door 2, Seaview Apartment, CPG East, Bool District), Mandaue City (Square One Commercial Complex in Tipolo), Carcar City (Travelers Inn, Valladolid), Sogod, Cebu (Proper Damolog), and Palompon, Leyte (Taft Street, Central 1, Poblacion).