A loan of $775 helped a member to buy more coffee, instant noodles, eggs, and pop-ice to sell from her food stall.

Nirvana Group's story

Bariyah is 31 years old and married with two children. Her children are 13 and 10 years old. Her husband is a laborer working on construction projects. She has been selling items such as coffee, instant noodles, cooked eggs, and pop-ice from her stall for the past two years. She will use this loan to replenish the stock of food and coffee to sell and also to buy gas for her stove to cook noodles and eggs for her customers. Her business is going well and she can use the income to give money to her children to ride the public van to school. She also enjoys her business because the supplemental income added to her husband's helps cover the daily expenses of the family. As Bariyah only completed elementary school, she wants to be able to send her children to have better and more education than she had.

The other group members will use their loans for businesses such as selling used hand phones and selling clothing to customers on credit.

In this group: Bariyah, Neneng, Wagiyem, Kartinah, Siti, Eka, Sinah

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