A loan of $1,475 helped a member to buy superior piglets and to buy feed.

Sedana Ayu Group's story

For housewives in Bali, it has become commonplace to have pigs at home. This is to support the family's income, in addition to the husband's income. Apart from the farming business, other things that could help meet the needs of daily life is raising livestock, especially pigs. In development there are several obstacles being faced in developing a business, such as limited knowledge of business management, as well as limited access to capital. To overcome this problem they decided to join into one group so it's easier to communicate among members of the group and can more easily get funding.

Ni Nengah, 37, is head of the Sedana Ayu group that runs a pig breeding business. To increase their business, Ni Nengah invited group members to participate in loan programs for small businesses from MUK. This loan will be use to buy superior piglets and the rest to buy feed. In five months, the pigs ready for sale. The advantage gained from this effort will be used entirely to support the families' economy and to renovate the barn.

In this group: Ni Nengah , Ni Made, Sithi May, Ni Wayan, Ni Nyoman, Ni Made, Ni Luh Putu
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