A loan of $800 helped a member to purchase piglets and pig feed.

Nyuh Gading Group's story

Like many Balinese women, Kadek and the other members of the Nyuh Gading (Yellow Coconut) group raise pigs in their yards to supplement their families’ incomes. Though many women support their families in this way, they may not know the best way to raise pigs to maximize their income. Kadek hopes that through the MUK Pig Breeder Loan program, she will not only get capital but will also get training from MUK on the best way to feed and care for pigs. Kadek will use her share of the loan to purchase piglets and pig feed. She already has a sow. She plans to sell the piglets after six months for use as fattening pigs. With her profits, she will help support her family of three by supplementing the income of her husband, who works as a farmer. Ultimately, Kadek hopes that the increased income will enable her to save for her children needs for school. Her children are preparing for kindergarten.

In this group: Ni Ketut, Kadek, Kadek, Ketut, Wayan, Kadek, Luh

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