A loan of $1,350 helped a member to purchase pig feed and two superior piglets.

Sedana Ayu Group's story

The Sedana Ayu Group receives their new loan with a change in composition of one member. One member resigned for several reasons. There’s a change in the loan size, with a total of six members, the group will receive IDR 15,000,000.

Ni Nengah and her husband work as farmers as well as being pig breeders. Ni Nengah also has side job as a chips-maker. She sells the chips from a small kiosk in her village.

Ni Nengah will use her loan to purchase pig feed and two superior piglets for fattening. With control by the vet and the Loan Officer, she hopes the piglets will not be attacked by disease. To avoid that, she’s already sterilized the barn with chemical spray. The profit from this business will be used to increase the business by purchasing more piglets.

Ni Nengah has two children. Her first child works at the restaurant and the other child is still in school. Ni Nengah spent IDR 25,000 daily for kitchen expenses and IDR 50,000 monthly for electricity.

In this group: Ni Nengah , Ni Made, Ni Wayan, Ni Nyoman*, Ni Made, Ni Luh Putu
*not pictured

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