A loan of $1,275 helped a member to buy four piglets to raise.

Sambi Ternak Group's story

Ketut lives in the village of Sumberkima, north Bali, with two of her children who are still in school. Ketut helps her husband with the family's income by running pig business in her home. He works as a farmer.

In order to expand her business, Ketut is raising capital by joining the group Sambi Ternak. The other members chose her as the head of the group. They work together with MUK to get business loans for pig farmers.

With the loan of 1,5M IDR, Ketut is planning to buy four piglets with the price of 500,000 IDR each (the rest 500.000, using her own money). Although the price of feed is currently very expensive, Ketut expects the sale of four pigs would gain a satisfactory profit and can increase the income of her husband to support her family and helping her children's school fees.

In the current period, there was a decrease of the loan amount. This is because they've got enough profit from previous sales to provide capital. One group member is replaced by a new member because she was ill and could not join the group.

In this group: Ketut, Kadek, Ketut, Ni Ketut, Kadek, Luh, Ketut, Putu, Made, Ketut*
*not pictured

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