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1 Mobilizing Rotary for Microcredit MRM Dee Doe La Jolla Sunrise Rotary Club Pauline Lim-Endresen SD Downtown Breakfast Rotary Club

2 Microcredit and Rotary International History of District 5340s Microcredit efforts History of District 5340s Microcredit efforts First 8-Club collaboration in District 5340 First 8-Club collaboration in District 5340 Microcredit in India 2003 Microcredit in India Rotarians from, 2 from San Diego Club 33 and 1 from La Jolla Sunrise founded MRM for District Rotarians from, 2 from San Diego Club 33 and 1 from La Jolla Sunrise founded MRM for District 5340

3 Microcredit and Rotary International RAGM approved in 2007 RAGM approved in 2007 Help Rotary Clubs launch microcredit projects, capitalizing on Rotarys unique strengths Help Rotary Clubs launch microcredit projects, capitalizing on Rotarys unique strengths

4 MRM & District 5340 Rotary Clubs Can we get 100% participation? BrawleyEl Camino RealLa MesaRancho Bernardo Sunrise CalexicoEncinitasLa Mesa SunriseRancho Santa Fe Camp PendletonEncinitas CoastalLemon GroveSan Diego (Club 33) CarlsbadEscondidoMission Bay San Diego Downtown Breakfast Carlsbad Hi-NoonEscondido EastMission Valley San Diego Uptown Sunrise/Mid City Chula VistaEscondido SunriseNational CitySan Luis Rey/Oceanside Chula Vista Sunrise/BonitaFallbrookOceansideSan Marcos CoronadoLa JollaOld MissionShelter Island Del Mar La Jolla Golden Triangle Point Loma PowaySoutheast San Diego Del Mar-Solana Beach Sunrise La Jolla New GenerationsRamonaTorrey Pines La Jolla El Cajon NoonLa Jolla SunriseRancho Bernardo

5 MRM – Historical Results Rotary Year Country, $$$ raised in our District Rotary Club (primary sponsor) 2003/04 India $20,000 La Jolla Sunrise 2004/05 S. Africa $25,000 Zambia $15,000 Ecuador $18,000 Afghanistan $37,000 La Jolla La Jolla Sunrise La Mesa Sunrise Encinitas Coastal 2005/06 Ecuador $20,000 India $25,000 Niger $24,000 La Mesa Sunrise La Jolla Sunrise 2006/07 Uganda $25,000 India $13,000 Sri Lanka $25,000 San Marcos DelMar/SolanaB Sunrise Del Mar

6 MRM – Historical Results Rotary Year Country, $$$ raised in our District Rotary Club (primary sponsor) 2007/08 Liberia $24,000 Zambia $24,000 Ecuador $18,000 Kenya $24,000 Ghana $600,000 La Jolla Sunrise La Mesa Sunrise San Diego (33) MRM 2008/09 Nepal $25,000 Mexico $69,000 Ecuador $18,000 Encinitas San Diego (33) La Mesa Sunrise 2009/10 Liberia $200,000 La Jolla, MRM 2010/11 Honduras $2k, India $10k, Zambia $10k, Cambodia, Honduras La Mesa, Club 33, La Jolla Sunrise, Encinitas, Poway

7 International Collaborations 2006/2007 Ghana Total $600,000 Funds: San Diego District 5340 MRM ($50,000), Rotary District in Calgary, San Diego-based Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation NGO: Opportunity International 2009/2010 Liberia Total $200,000 Funds: San Diego District 5340 MRM, Rotary District in Calgary, Rotary District in Alaska Feed the Hungry Foundation NGO: Foundation for Women in Liberia

8 International Collaborations 2009/2011 India Total $29,600 RI TRF #: Funds: San Diego District 5340 MRM, Rotary District 2080 in Italy, Rotary District 3170 in India NGO: BAIF Institute for Rural Development

9 MRM results Total funds raised since 2003: over $1.2 million

10 Microcredit in San Diego Foundation for Women Irma Knighton, 2 nd loan cycle Low fat tamales production and sales Luz Arreola, 1 st loan cycle Jewelry sales and Cisco business training facilitator

11 Microcredit in San Diego Foundation for Women Angelica de la Torre, 8 th loan cycle Jewelry sales Sandra Romero & daughter, 2 nd loan cycle Swiss Just natural wellness products

12 Microcredit in San Diego Foundation for Women City Heights Somali Group Fardowsa and friends, 2 nd Loan cycle Production and sales of samosas and Somali food

13 Microcredit in San Diego Guest speaker, Karla Duarte, teaching the Spring Valley Microcredit group marketing and business management class

14 Microcredit & District 5340 First project in India

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16 Rotary in Liberia Foundation for Women

17 Microcredit in Liberia Microloan Borrowers

18 Microcredit in Liberia Microloan Beneficiaries

19 Microcredit in Zambia Power of Love Foundation

20 Microcredit in Zambia Microloan Borrowers

21 Microcredit in Zambia Microloan Beneficiaries

22 Microcredit in Mexico Financiera de Esperanza Chilapa, Guerrero, Mexico Chilapa, Guerrero, Mexico Host Rotary Club in Chilpancingo Host Rotary Club in Chilpancingo June 2010: Total five loan officers borrowers at end of April. June 2010: Total five loan officers borrowers at end of April. Farm animals: raising chickens to sells eggs in the area; raising goats to sell milk; raising pigs for meat to sell; Farm animals: raising chickens to sells eggs in the area; raising goats to sell milk; raising pigs for meat to sell; Community sewing projects. seamstress; buying; a collaboration of four women to make elaborate dresses to sell to wealth women in Chilapa Community sewing projects. seamstress; buying; a collaboration of four women to make elaborate dresses to sell to wealth women in Chilapa Handicrafts, shoes, candles, tortillas, flowers Handicrafts, shoes, candles, tortillas, flowers

23 Microcredit in Mexico Microloan Borrowers

24 Microcredit in Mexico Microloan Borrowers Alam & Xochitl with Indigenous Center Meeting

25 Microcredit in Mexico Leaders Training Session

26 Microcredit in Afghanistan Matching Grant in 2004/05 Encinitas Coastal/La Costa Rotary Club $37,870 RI MG #55095 Microcredit revolving loans in Jalalabad, Afghanistan: Update in 2007: Our grant was the catalyst needed to get our partner, Relief International, to actually become a chartered micro-finance lender in Nangarhar Province. Once they were chartered, they were awarded a $500,000 capital grant by USAID to increase lending activity.

27 2010/2011 Microcredit projects Honduras (La Mesa Sunrise) $2k Honduras (La Mesa Sunrise) $2k Zambia (Chula Vista/Club 33) $10k Zambia (Chula Vista/Club 33) $10k Cambodia (Encinitas) Cambodia (Encinitas) Honduras (Poway) Honduras (Poway)

28 Opportunity International Videos from Opportunity International 1) microcredit and microfinance in operation (click) 1) microcredit and microfinance in operation (click)(click) 2) images from around the world. How our support of microfinance is needed (click2) 2) images from around the world. How our support of microfinance is needed (click2)(click2)

29 Thank you & Questions MRM Rotary Clubs Please join us, we need YOU BrawleyEl Camino RealLa MesaRancho Bernardo Sunrise CalexicoEncinitasLa Mesa SunriseRancho Santa Fe Camp PendletonEncinitas CoastalLemon GroveSan Diego (Club 33) CarlsbadEscondidoMission Bay San Diego Downtown Breakfast Carlsbad Hi-NoonEscondido EastMission Valley San Diego Uptown Sunrise/Mid City Chula VistaEscondido SunriseNational CitySan Luis Rey/Oceanside Chula Vista Sunrise/BonitaFallbrookOceansideSan Marcos CoronadoLa JollaOld MissionShelter Island Del Mar La Jolla Golden Triangle Point Loma PowaySoutheast San Diego Del Mar-Solana Beach Sunrise La Jolla New GenerationsRamonaTorrey Pines La Jolla El Cajon NoonLa Jolla SunriseRancho Bernardo


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