One of the main goals of our microloan is to encourage and provide the mothers with lucrative livelihood projects. In the Philippines, especially in the rural areas, backyard hog raising is quite common. A piglet could cost about 1,500-2,000 pesos or 35-45 US dollars. In coordination with Project Kasaligan, we will offer the piglets for loan at a much lesser price and payable within the term of 3 months. We are optimistic that this project would not only help low-income mothers fight poverty but also help us reach sustainability in our programs. With the efforts of our Agriculturist, Mr. Edson Tolentino, this project was successfully launched in November 2013. Currently, we are raising two gilts for farrowing and seven piglets for slaughter and distribution and we are increasing the number of piglets and gilts this coming year.