A loan of $2,250 helped a member to buy four piglets for fattening and renovate the cages.

Giri Puteri Group's story

Perancak village is quite far away from the city, so the pig business is in great demand in this village. Ni Made, who is a housewife with one child, also developed pig farming at her home.

With the group loan amounting to 2M IDR per person, Ni Made plans to buy four piglets for fattening at a price of 400,000 IDR per piglet, to renovate the cages, and to meet the feed requirements for the next six months. Ni Made expects a profit of 400,000 IDR per month.

Ni Made plans to use the profits for the purposes of the family and to set aside to add to her capital. This needs to be done because her husband's income as a farmer is not enough to meet the needs of her family. Because her son had to go to school this year, Ni Made needs to further improve the results of fattening pigs.

Ni Made also hopes MUK can help in terms of counseling her group about how best to raise pigs.

In this group: Ni Made , Ni Luh, Ni Luh, Ni Ketut, Ni Nengah, Ni Nyoman*, Ni Made*, Ni Wayan, Ni Wayan, Ni Wayan, Ni Nengah
*not pictured

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