A loan of $900 helped a member to buy superior piglets to raise and sell.

Kerta Jaya Amerta Group's story

After six months of raising pigs, Ni Nengah sold two of her pigs and made a profit of 300.000 IDR per month. These results have been deducted from loans of 1.500.000 IDR to MUK. Together with her husband, who is a farmer, Ni Nengah was able to develop pig raising efforts so as to help the family income.

These results are certainly very useful for families and can help pay their children's school fees. Although the price of piglets as well as pig feed is currently expensive, Ni Nengah retains a passion for the business development of pigs with the group she leads.

After successfully repaying the previous loan, Ni Nengah and the Kerta Jaya Amerta group decided to continue the loan, and each gets 1.500.000 IDR. One member resigned from the group after she had enough profit from the sales. Now she has capital to run the business by herself. Ni Nengah is fully supported by her husband because her business is considered beneficial to the family economy.

Ni Nengah has two children. She plans to use this loan to buy superior piglets and her own capital to buy pig feed for six months. Ni Nengah is hoping to gain more profit than with the previous loan which only make a profit of 300.000 IDR per month.

In this group: Ni Nengah, Ni Putu, Ni Luh, Ni Komang, Ni Ketut, Ni Komang, Ni Made*
*not pictured

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