CARD Bank Microentrepreneur Client hailed as Citi Regional Awardee 2019

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Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP), Citi Foundation, and Microfinance Council of the Philippines, Inc. (MCPI) awarded eight outstanding microentrepreneurs in the country for the 2019 Citi Microentrepreneurship Awards on November 26, 2019. Among the 141 nominees from 31 different institutions across the country who competed for the award, Lucrecia Neri, a microentrepreneur client of CARD […]

CARD Bank set up konek2CARD Digital Communities

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As part of CARD Bank’s goal to realize financial inclusivity for all, the bank launched its konek2CARD digital communities in Barangay Santisimo in San Pablo City. Through these digital communities, clients living in the outskirts will not be left behind in accessing affordable financial products and services. These digital communities are provided with free Wi-Fi […]

Wider outreach

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Wider outreach. A total of 101,372 microfinance clients of CARD Inc., and CARD Bank from Candelaria, Tiaong, Sariaya and Quezon will benefit from the newly opened Provincial Office (PO) of CARD Mutual Benefit Association (CARD MBA) in Quezon province at 1125 CTC Gate 1, Malabanban Norte, Candelaria on July 9, 2019. CARD MBA was established in […]

CHD serves Antiqueños

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CHD serves Antiqueños. A series of Community Health Day (CHD) were conducted by Center for Agriculture and Rural Development (CARD), Inc. (A Microfinance NGO) and CARD Bank in the municipalities of Bugasong, Patnogon, Sibalum, San Jose, and Hamtic in the province of Antique on June 24-28, 2019. A total of 1,832 microfinance clients, their dependents, […]

The scent of success

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Roxas City, Capiz is home to many fisherfolks. Dubbed as the seafood capital in the Philippines, fishing is one of the major livelihood activities that support the daily living of many household in the city. The fishes caught by the fishermen are either sold directly to the wet market or processed into tinapa (smoked fish) […]