A loan of $4,250 helped a member to rent additional places for her food cart and add more types of vegetables.

Kokosan Group's story

“ Kokosan group” was formed in March 2008. It has been running for 5 years 3 months. This group is located in a small town in Indonesia, specifically in the town of Cilacap. This group consists of 11 people, who have a variety of businesses. Businesses like: selling snacks, such as: dent, risoles, martabak sweet, fried soybean, tofu and steamed cakes for snacks; starting eateries; opening a grocery shop; selling clothes on credit. They support each other and complement each other. They visit the sick, while bringing financial support for treatment. This loan plan will be used to open their own shops, buy better means of production, add new types of food.

The group is led by a woman named Endang; she has five children who have completed their schooling. In fact they are already married and have children. Endang is the business leader and has a roadside food stall in the large city center. With this loan, Endang expects to rent some additional places for her food cart and add more types of vegetables or dishes that are preferred by the community. With these loans, Endang expects the businesses and the income of each of the “group Kokosan” members to improve as well.

In this group: Endang, Mardiastuti, Kuswantinah, Junasti, Sri, Surtini, Tuti, Sodiyah, Herlina, Samini, Sugiyanti

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