What We Do

Developing Resources through Entrepreneurship and Alternative Microfinance Systems

It is BFI’s initiative in Micro-Finance. It  formally started as a full Microfinance venture with several products in the year 2003, but has its history of credit program implementation since its early years in 1989 after it has successfully implemented the Dept. of Trade and Industries’ Tulong sa Tao-Self Employment Livelihood Assistance Program.

Business Enterprise Development Services

This is the Foundation’s strategy that stimulates and supports enterprise development initiatives of its clients. In partnership with the beneficiaries and BFI-assisted communities, BENDS provides technical assistance, training, technology enhancement, and access to market and delivery schemes and services for various community-based entrepreneurial undertakings

Sustainable Technology for Agricultural Resources and Services

It promotes sustainable agriculture and organic farming systems, through organizing cluster of farmers and providing them natural farming technologies. This program is BFI’s response to the degradation of the environment and the destruction of human health. Organic farming inputs are produced, natural farming technologies are introduced to farmers, and model farming units developed to sustain their enthusiasm and interest on organic agriculture.

Shelter Access for the Promotion of Environmental Sustainability

This aims to provide access to affordable shelter and acquisition of land for homeless and landless families, and development of housing units that are environment friendly, with components of a sustainable village. The establishment of Baba’s Ecological Villages or BECOVILLE, and Baba’s Ecological and Agricultural Villages or BECO-AGRIVILLE) are the main projects of the Program.