A loan of $2,075 helped a member to purchase piglets and also to buy food supplies.


Sari Rahayu Group's story

Starting with the MUK group that already existed in the village of Apuan, Tabanan, central Bali, Ni Made heard information about MUK, which provides training and loans for women who want to develop their economic income. Ni Made and her friends formed a group named Sari Rahayu with a membership of 10 people. As it’s become the responsibility of the head of the family to increase income, Ni Made wants to support her husband in their family. By forming a group, Ni Made can exchange ideas with other group members. Loans given by MUK will be used to purchase piglets and also to buy food supplies. In a period of six months, the pigs will be ready for sale. The advantage gained from this effort will be used entirely to support the economy of the family.

In this group: Ni Made, Ni Nengah, Ni Nyoman, Ni Wayan, Ni Made, Ni Wayan, Ni Made, Ni Wayan, Ni Wayan, Ni Ketut
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