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Usaha Jaya 7 Group
In this Group: Liza, Nurwilis, Siti

Update on Usaha Jaya 7 Group

Lisa is taking another loan from VisionFund Indonesia. The previous loan helped her to contribute income for her family and helped her husband. At this time, she wants to use her part of loan to pay for more cell phone minutes refills. When she sells food items, she tries to sell cell phone minute refills and have a lot of customers.

Before, her group had four members, but now her group only has three members.

Previous Loan Details

Lisa lives in the town of Cilincing with her husband and two children. For the last two years, she and her husband have made a living by running a retail shop located in front of their house where they sell food items such as groundnuts and peas. She is applying for a loan for 2,000,000 Indonesian… More from Usaha Jaya 7 Group's previous loan »

Additional Information

About VisionFund Indonesia

VisionFund Indonesia is a Christian micro venture capital organization owned by Mitra Masyarakat Sejahtera (MMS) and Wahana Visi Indonesia. Founded in 2000, VFI operates in both Jakarta and Surabaya, the two biggest cities in Indonesia. VFI targets the entrepreneurial poor who have existing microbusinesses for at least 6 months and have no financial access to commercial banks. VFI also provides microinsurance for all clients through a partnership with Allianz insurance company. With nine branches as of 2011, VFI hopes to expand in order to reach underserved microfinance markets in other islands of Indonesia.

Concurrent and Successive Loans

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This is a Group Loan

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About Indonesia

  • $4,458
    Average annual income
  • 58
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    Indonesia Loans Fundraising
  • $4,493,875
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 9,070.0
    Indonesia Rupiahs (IDR) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A portion of Usaha Jaya 7 Group's $625 loan helped a member to buy more cell phone minute refills to sell.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
8 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Dec 21, 2011
Jan 3, 2012
Currency Exchange Loss:
Aug 29, 2012