ASKI provides credit to those who does not have access to financial institutions, establishing market links and networks with private and public sectors.
ASKI MUTUAL BENEFIT ASSOCIATION
Aims to promote the welfare of the poor and extend financial assistance to its members in the form of death benefits, medical subsidy, pension and loan redemption assistance.
ASKI is about microfinance and beyond - serving, supporting, educating, and empowering people and communities. In pursuit of ASKI's vision, it continues to find ways to better serve and respond to the needs of ASKI communities.
ASKI MULTIPURPOSE COOPERATIVE
ASKI MultiPurpose Cooperative provides marketing venues to Micro entrepreneurs and commodities at reasonable price through its One-Stop Shop.
ASKI SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE INSTITUTE
Serves as the capacity building arm of the ASKI group of institutions and business units with courses on technical, financial, entrepreneurial, and social aspects to build capacities of ASKI management, staff and clients.
ASKI GLOBAL LIMITED
The organization is wholly committed to helping the overseas foreign worker (OFW) communities be economically and socially developed by harnessing on their potentials.
ALALAY HOLDING AND TRADING CORPORATION
Classified as profit organization - AHTC earnings shall be utilized to further fulfill social development programs and other services of ASKI.
iSynergies' main function is to provide and support business communities to meet information technological infrastructure requirements such as computer based management information and technical support.
ASKI EMPLOYEES CREDIT COOPERATIVE
ASKI Employees Credit Cooperative is a cooperative owned and managed by ASKI employees who have voluntarily joined together to achieve a common bond of interest.
ASKI SCHOOL OF KNOWLEDGE, INC.
ASKI School of Knowledge Incorporated's primary purpose is to provide formal learning education that will help develop the academic and social foundation of children.
Become healthy and wealthy
Not everyone likes vegetable - especially kids - but not in the case of Justin Marie Brudo of Mangatarem, Pangasinan, vegetables made her life healthy and wealthy.
Ever since, vegetable planting has been the source of income for Brudo's family. Justin Marie and her husband, Antonio, rely from the amount of money they earn every harvest season to support their three kids with their daily needs and education. Yet life's favor do not always flow for them. There were times that their crops were devastated by typhoon or pest infested leaving them nothing but debts.
Most of the time their harvest and supplies are insufficient due to lack of enough capital. This led Justin Marie to get a loan from ASKI and use it as an additional capital. With P10,000 she borrowed, she used it to get into buy and sell business, buy vegetables in bulk and sell it to market.
Justin Marie also learned a lot from the financial capability program of Citi and ASKI. "Di kagaya noon na bili dito, bili doon. Ngayon, natuto na ako, "(Unlike before that I used to buy anything and anywhere, now I learned.”) she said.
She also learned about budgeting, saving, and how to allot money wisely. Through this, life's favor chases them. Their sacrifices to get up every 2 o’clock early in the morning to deliver vegetables were not in vain. They now earn enough and able to get what they need.
As the saying goes, we only reap what we sow. In the case of Brudo’s family, having vegetables planted on your backyard would not only make you healthy if you eat it but also will make you wealthy.
Di kagaya noon na bili dito, bili doon. Ngayon, natuto na ako..