SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS

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SOCIAL HIGHLIGHTS

KEY SOCIAL PERFOMANCE HIGHLIGHTS AS OF DECEMBER 2015.

NoTYPE OF CLIENTSNUMBERAMOUNT (US$)PORTFOLIO (%)
1Borrowers from rural areas237,690108,640,92188%
2Women Borrowers253,037N/A94%
3Group Borrowers218,29949,440,64081%
4Total Borrowers270,341126,332,036N/A
5Total Savers51,89323,510,01154%
6Average loan outstanding per clientN/A547N/A
7Geography Outreach25126,332,036100%
8Impacted Children861,715N/AN/A
9Job Created311,050N/AN/A

SOCIALLY-ORIENTED LOAN PRODUCTS / INITIATIVES / RPOJECTS / PROGRAMS AS DECEMBER 2015.

NoTYPE OF CLIENTSNUMBERAMOUNT (US$)PORTFOLIO (%)
1Loan for Water and Sanitation (i.e. water filters, latrines, etc.) – only active clients33,9962,270,65813%
2Green Energy Loan (i.e. solar power, etc.)793219,1920.29%
3Education Loan827530,4770.31%
4Emergency/ Express LoanN/AN/AN/A
5Loan for HIV/AIDS Affected and OVC Households22183,8400.18%
6Loan for Promoting Child’s Rights (i.e. child laborer families, …)8,44848,849,6543.12%
7Loan for People with Disabilities753413,9270.28%
8Loan for 13 Agricultural Cooperatives (ACs) of WVC2,74557,7621.02%
9Clients received basic financial education364,219N/A100%
10Clients received comprehensive financial education (ILO)253,011N/A116.76%
11Health conversation/ education with WVC5,093N/A1.88%
12Best Clients of the Year102N/A0.04%
13Children in Scholarship Program (including Children funded by WVS)349N/A0.13%
14Safety Net for the Poor/ micro-life insurance268,124N/A99.18%
15Micro-health & disabilities insurance (PKMI)34,809N/A12.88%
16Clients below $2.5/day poverty lineN/AN/AN/A

Note: Figures shown are outstanding amounts, i.e. excluding loan utilized and repaid.

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