A loan of $575 helped a member to pay for more ingrediants and have enough capital to open another kiosk to sell krupuk (Indonesian chips).

Diamond Grace Group's story

Iyus is 39 years old and married with one child. His child is two years old but lives in the village away from Jakarta with his extended family.

Iyus and his wife have been producing and selling krupuk (Indonesian chips) for five years. His favorite part of the business is that he gets to work with his wife. The business has been going well and enables him to send money to the village where his child lives.

He now wants to expand the business and open another kiosk to sell krupuk out of. His long-term goal for his business is to someday have his own krupuk factory. He hopes that with the income from his expanded business he and his wife can eventually save enough money to live together with their child.

Some of the other members of the group will use their loans to buy and resell electronics on credit and for their rice and food stalls.

In this group: Iyus, Inna, Hairia, Sumiati, Siti

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