A loan of $4,750 helped a member to add a gallon of mineral water to her production each day.


Flamboyan Ii Group's story

“Flamboyan II” is the name of this group of sixteen members, located in a small village called Kroya. This group has been running since 2008, and currently has had eight loan cycles.

There are various types of businesses in this group, especially traditional foods such as egg rolls, sausage solo, wet pastel, donuts, nagasari, kueku, lemper, Mendut, semar mendem, beans, onions, and risoles. There is also a free-range chicken business. Mutual trust and mutual cooperation among members are very closely intertwined. They always meet every month and take turns at each member’s house. With this loan, they plan to buy the means of production to better increase their return and buy cake molds which are more sophisticated for cake production. Nurul is the leader of this group and is remarkable because she can provide encouragement to the members. She has a business of refilling mineral water, called "Hijau Daun". The Kiva loans benefit her, as Nurul is a widow with two children. Her husband died a few years ago. Nurul hopes this loan can help to add a gallon of mineral water to her production each day.

The loan can also help the welfare of each member of the group, Flamboyan II, and their families.

In this group: Nurul, Suyati, Titin, Turiyah, Tukiyati, Umi, Jamilah, Murdiyah, Suriyah, Cici, Vivi , Tugiyah, Siti, Sutiyah, Riyanti, Yunita
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