A loan of $3,075 helped a member to buy four piglets for fattening, and feed.

Bun Lestari Group's story

The group paid off all the previous loan on time. They sold the pigs with a good price. Now, the price for pork is about 25,000 IDR (Indonesian rupiah) per kilogram. Ni Wayan, the head of the group, maintained four superior pigs and all sold. She gained a profit of 2,000,000 IDR for all. She’s really grateful for that. She has a plan to use the profit to renovate her kitchen and for savings. During the last loan period, she didn't have a problem. All the pigs grew well. She said thanks to lenders, Kiva and MUK for supporting her business.

The Bun Lestari group is a group of women in the village who have the same effort: pig farming. They are joined in groups to get funding and training from MUK.

Ni Wayan is married with one child still in elementary school. Ni Wayan is using a loan to buy four piglets that will be maintained for five months for fattening. The remainder of the loan will be used to buy pig feed.

Ni Wayan spends 5,000 IDR for the kitchen per day and 100,000 IDR to pay for electricity and water per month. Although her business is still small, Ni Wayan hopes this business can support her child's education to buy books and for other school purposes, beside the kitchen needs.

In this group: Ni Wayan, Ni Wayan, Ni Wayan, Ni Wayan, Ni Nyoman, Ni Made, Ni Made, Ni Nyoman, Ni Wayan, Ni Nyoman

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