A loan of $900 helped a member to pay for "krupuk" (Indonesian crackers) to resell in food stalls.


Usaha Jaya 5 Group's story

Maryati is 43 years old. She is married with one son. In the picture she is the one wearing the white headscarf. A year ago she began selling "krupuk" (Indonesian crackers) in front of her house and through her neighbors' stalls. Now she needs a loan to buy more "krupuk" to expand the business from one kilogram to two kilograms per day.

The income from her "krupuk" business supplements what her husband makes. She hopes that someday she and her husband will have enough savings to buy a home because they currently rent. She also hopes that having more income in the family will help her son someday obtain a commercial driving license so he can have a job.

In this group: Maryati, Nuraeni, Sinah, Hartono, Sri, Tami
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