Catalyst Microfranchising

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We provide the ultra-poor with access to profitable franchise businesses and we measure their cash profit and savings to ensure it works.

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  Auckland Social Enterprise

We believe in providing challenging the status quo of ineffective development aid for the ultra-poor and we believe in providing them with an equal chance.

We challenge the status quo by providing the poor with access to profitable franchise businesses and we measure their cash profit and savings to ensure it works.

Poor villagers can quadruple their net income and increase their savings by 46 times. Catalyst franchisees transform into self-reliant people empowered to dream of a new future.

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We empower ultra-poor rural Cambodians to run their own successful small-scale poultry enterprise to stabilize and increase their income so they can meet their basic needs. Microfranchisees in our programme receive ongoing support and access to outside markets to achieve profitability. This enables them to work towards a stable, sustainable future and plan beyond day to day survival.

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So how does our programme work?  4 November 2013

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  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 18 Jun 2019


    I pray for you regularly- heard you speak at St Paul’s Auckland a few years ago when I attended there.


  • Glenn Riekie

    Glenn Riekie on 03 Feb 2019



  • Vic & Kay Wakefield

    Vic & Kay Wakefield on 20 Aug 2018



  • Louise Jones, See on Screen Limited

    Louise Jones, See on Screen Limited on 06 Aug 2018


    Well done for all you do Hana & Gerard. Blessings Louise


  • Guest Donor

    Guest Donor on 06 Aug 2018


    Excellent newsletter team. All the best for the building of the coops


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