A loan of $1,675 helped a member to buy feed for her sow and piglets.

Naga Tegal Wangi Group's story

The Naga Tegal Wangi group are to receive their first loan from Kiva partner MUK. The name of the group is inspired by the dragon fruit, which are plentiful in this village (Naga means Dragon, Tegal means Garden and Wangi means Smell Good). The members hope that the group will be strong like a dragon and successful, so “smell good” and inspire other people.
Ni Made, 30, is head of the group. She has three children, all of whom are still in school. Her husband works as a chilli farmer on his own land. To support the household, Ni Made helps her husband in the garden and runs a pig business from her home. She already has two sows and they are both pregnant. This loan will be used to buy feed for the sows and the piglets that will be born soon. Ni Made has a plan to be a piglet seller. She hopes that with the support of MUK, the business will continue to grow and that she will be able to help her husband support their children's education for a better future.

In this group: Ni Made, Ni Made, Ni Ketut, Ni Komang, Ni Kadek, Dewa Ayu, Ni Ketut, Ni Kadek, Ni Putu, Ni Kadek

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