A loan of $1,225 helped a member to pay for more rice, eggs, oil, and sugar to sell.

Dahlia Makmur Group's story

Derliana is married with four children. She is pictured wearing an orange T-shirt. She has been selling "Sembako" - "sembilan bahan pokok" (Indonesian terms for nine daily basic needs such as rice, oil, salt, sugar and milk) since 2010. She runs this business to have extra income to add to the income from her husband as a teacher to provide more nutrition for the children. Her business is running smoothly and she plans to use her part of the loan to buy more rice, eggs, oil, sugar and also snacks to sell. In the future she wants her business to grow so she can have more supplies in her store. She also hopes she can send all of her children to university.

Other group members are using their part of the loan to sell cookies and to sell cell phone minute refills.

In this group: Derliana, Nurhayati, Puji, Fitriana, Dermawan, Nani, Linda, Wahyudi

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