En Via Staff, Entrepreneur profiles, Monitoring & evaluation

Some final thoughts …

As I come to the end of my time as the program manager for Fundación En Vía I am left with personal connections to our borrowers that I will never forget and invaluable experiences that will shape who I am and what I do from here on out. Getting to know the women in our… Continue reading Some final thoughts …

En Via Events, Indigenous Culture, Oaxaca life

Hard Work & Heart’s Desires: New Year’s at Las Cuevitas

By Kim Groves. The year 2012 was a wonderful year of growth and success for the women of En Vía. Many have seen real changes for the better in their businesses and positive effects on their families. Elodia, from the town of Tlacochahuaya, is prou...

En Via Events, Entrepreneur profiles, Indigenous Culture, Teotitlan del Valle

Daughters of Empowered Women.

The impact that microfinance can have on a woman’s family is significant. We regularly see women borrowers investing profits from their businesses in things that directly benefit their families and insure the well-being of their children. Financia...

En Via Events, Indigenous Culture

What does an interest-free microloan mean to a borrower and her community?

Story and photos by Julia Turnbull The town of Diaz Ordaz is located several kilometers east of Teotitlán del Valle, in the Tlacolula district. It is near the infamous Sunday Tlacolula market and within the sights of the Fortaleza of Yagul (the fo...