A loan of $1,825 helped a member to buy two piglets and feed.


Celuk Rahayu Group's story

For housewives in Bali, maintaining pigs at home to support the family income, especially the husband's income, was a common thing for the Balinese people, especially those living in the village. This way of maintenance is still traditional. To improve abilities and knowledge, these ladies joined a group. In addition to exchanging information, they can also get loans even though they do not have collateral that can be pledged in banks or other financial institutions to obtain loans. With the pig breeder program from MUK, Ni Nengah and Celuk Rahayu Group members feel there is ease of retrieval, and their pig farming can be developed for the welfare of the family.

Ni Nengah is a 55-year-old housewife. To improve their ability in terms of raising pigs and get capital for businesses, she and other ladies of the area formed a group. Ni Nengah will use the loan to buy two piglets and feed. In a six-month period, the pigs will be ready for sale. The benefits of this effort will be used to support the family economy and set aside for saving.

In this group: Ni Wayan, Ni Nengah, Ni Nengah, Ni Wayan, Ni Ketut, Ni Luh, Ni Made , Sayu Ketut, Ni Wayan



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