MicroCredit Enterprises has outstanding loans to microfinance institutions in Armenia ($300K),
Azerbaijan ($1.6 million), Bolivia ($1.5 million), Cambodia ($1.7 million), Ecuador ($1.0 million),
Georgia ($900K), Honduras ($500K), Indonesia ($900K), Mosambique ($400K), Nicaragua ($400K), Peru
($1.9 million), Tajikistan ($900k), Nigeria ($600k), and Vietnam ($600k). This money reaches
approximately 66,000 women with micro-businesses, enabling them to provide food security for more
than 330,000 people, 60% of whom are children. By the end of 2008, 90,000 entrepreneurs, mostly
women, will have microloans thanks to MicroCredit Enterprises.