An enterprising mother of four, aged 40, Mrs. Sumana Wickramasinghe is the owner of a small garment factory, located in Karandeniya in Elpitiya.
Her beginnings go back to 2001 when she started out with just four employees. She, together with the support of her husband, led the operations with unwavering ...Read more
A mother of three daughters living in Bope, Galle, Renuka has perfected her craft and nurtured a livelihood in making coir mats and carpets over a span of ten years.
Industrious and committed, she reached out to micro credit assistance from ‘Galle Isuru Diriya’ service centre to pursue her plans to expand her small business ...Read more
Living in Madakumbura, Elpitya, Mrs. Vinitha Samarasinghe, aged 40, is a capable and hardworking mother of three.
Supplementing her husband’s income to upkeep their growing family, she has been in the cinnamon wood trading business for the past seven years...Read more
Young, creative and resourceful, K. Asanka lives with his wife and two children in Ambalangoda.
He ventured into the hair salon business in the year 2012 and with the support of his wife, strived hard to establish a standard and trustworthy...Read more
Demonstrating our values that uphold responsible finance, we obtained in the year the certification on compliance to client protection principles advocated by the Smart Campaign amongst the microfinance institutions worldwide. LOMC sought a social assessment along with a rating from M/s. Micro-Credit Rating International Ltd (M-CRIL), India to validate and certify the measures adopted in adherence to the seven principles entailed within the certification process. We were the 13th microfinance institution to receive this certification out of 21 certified institutions at present on a global perspective whilst becoming the first in Sri Lanka.