A loan of $825 helped a member to pay for materials to make a cricket cage.

Tutor Jaya Group's story

Nuryanih is pictured in the middle wearing a blue jacket. Nuryanih is married. She is a mother of three children. They are Fajar, Satrio and Wiji. All of them are still going to school. She has been selling crickets since 2010. The business is going well but she needs a cage to accomomdate the cricket's harvest. That is why she is taking her second loan with VisionFund Indonesia. She wants to use her part of the loan to make a cage for her cricket's harvest. She likes to run this business because when the harvest time comes, she does not have any competitors. Income from her business can help her husband who is a policeman to prepare their daily basic needs.

In the future, she wants to keep expanding her business and she hopes she can continuously give her children a better education even until university.

The other group members will use their part of the loan to expand their businesses, which include selling vegetables, selling snacks and running a beauty salon.

In this group: Nuryanih, Eti, Siti, Tri, Widy

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