A loan of $4,075 helped a member to buy lots of models of clothes, bags and shoes.

Intan I Group's story

Intan group has completed the first cycle of the Kiva program and all goes well. In cycle two, one of its members temporarily is not borrowing. So, now there is a total of 17 in the Intan group, which has diverse businesses, such as selling clothes and shoes, selling snacks, soybean production, food stalls open for business, and raising goats for sale.

The group members support each other and complement each other. If one member is ill, they will be raising funds to help offset the cost of treatment for the sick person. They will visit the sick person, while handling the fund. They will use this loan plan to buy wholesale, meaning better production because of increased business capital.

This group is led by a mother who is called Menik. She has three children who are still in school. Menik has a business selling clothes, bags, shoes and bed covers. With this loan, Menik has an additional hope to build her own store and add lots of the latest models of clothes and bags to be sold to the public.

These loans are also expected to increase the business and the income of each of the group members of Intan.

In this group: Menik, Tuti, Masruni, Yuniati, Yuli, Nisem, Suparmi, Suwarni, Kristiana, Ponirah, Wasini, Novita, Rumiyatun, Saminah, Turyati, Roisah, Samsiyah

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