A loan of $2,025 helped a member to purchase four piglets and feed.

Sari Rasa Group's story

Bali is one of the attractions visited by foreign tourists and local people. In addition to its beautiful attractions, visitors to Bali can also see the most dominant industry - locals working in the agricultural sector. The people of Bali not only work in the fields, but also raise pigs. In this case, raising pigs is mostly done by the housewife. However, due to constraints, they are not familiar with the best way to raise pigs. To increase their knowledge in animal husbandry, the women agreed to form a group that will be able to exchange information about how to raise pigs in a good and right way. They will also get funding to improve their business.

Ni Luh Gede is a 38-year-old housewife, and is the leader of the Sari Rasa group. To enhance their ability to raise pigs and get capital for their businesses, the group decided to request a loan through MUK. Ni Luh Gede's loan portion will be used to purchase four piglets and feed. The pig will then be ready for re-sale within six months. The benefits of this will be used entirely to support the family.

In this group: Ni Luh Gede, Endang, Ni Nyoman, Ni Komang , Ni Kadek, Ni Nyoman, Ni Wayan , Ni Wayan, Ni Wayan, Ni Wayan

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