A loan of $3,050 helped a member to buy three piglets and pig feed.

Rejasa Group's story

In Bali it has become commonplace for housewives to raise pigs at home to supplement their husband's income. Apart from farming, another thing that can help meet the needs of daily life is to raise livestock, especially pigs. There are several obstacles faced in developing the business, such as limited knowledge of business management as well as limited access to capital. To overcome these problems they decided to join into one group so it's easier to communicate among members of the group and more easily get funding.

Ni Wayan, 30, is head of the Rejasa group and runs a pig breeding business. To grow the business, Ni Wayan invited group members to participate in loan programs for small businesses from MUK. This loan will be used to buy three piglets and pig feed. In a period of five months, the pigs will be ready for sale. The profits gained from this effort will be used entirely to support the family economy.

In this group: Ni Wayan, Ni Wayan, Ni Ketut, Ni Nengah, Ni Made, Ni Made*, Ni Nyoman, Sayu Ketut, Ni Ketut, Pande Made, Ni Nengah, Ni Nyoman, Mimi, Sayu Putu
*not pictured

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