ASKI provides credit to those who does not have access to financial institutions, establishing market links and networks with private and public sectors.
ASKI the organization was born in October 1986 in the year of the EDSA People Power Revolution when social issues like poverty and unemployement were widely felt. A group of business leaders in Nueva Ecija, out of Christian zeal and compasssion, joined hands to think of a positive response to the issues and help deliver an economic turnaround - micro-enterprise.
ASKI's logo immediately tells us that Christian values animate the organization: the world appears to be held by two encompassing hands and overlaid by a cross. In ASKI's own words: "two open palms anchoring a globe and a tall cross standing in the middle of them" inspired by ASKI's ambition to reach out the world while tugging the sleeve, or conscience, of the world so that its rich nations could aid poor in the Philippines.
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