A loan of $1,650 helped a member to purchase a pair of large rabbits.


Winangun Sari Group's story

The Winangun Sari group is made up of seven men who are neighbors in the same village in Baturiti, central Bali. The group is seeking a loan of 14,000,000 IDR, and each member will receive 2,000,000 IDR. The group was formed out of these men’s common interest in raising rabbits to support their families, and out of their interest in education on best practices for rabbit raising. This is their first loan with Kiva partner, MUK.
I Nengah, aged 50, is the head of the Winangun Sari group. He is married and has two children, aged 25 and 13. His younger son is in school and his older son is already married. He plans to use his share of the loan to purchase a pair of large rabbits, which he will breed. Over the six-month loan period, he hopes to have three litters of bunnies. He will sell some of the rabbits as pets after 20 days, and others as food after a few months. With his income, he hopes to be able to improve his economic life.

In this group: I Nengah, I Nengah, I Wayan*, I Nyoman, I Gusti Nyoman, I Nengah, I Made
*not pictured



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