A loan of $1,300 helped a member to buy three piglets for fattening.

Taman Sari Group's story

After six months of raising pigs, Luh Eka sold two of her pigs and made a profit of IDR 300,000 per month. These results have been deducted her loans. Together with her husband, who as a farmer, Luh Eka was able to develop her 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, Luh Eka remains passionate for the development of her pig business with the group she leads.

After successfully repaying the previous loan, the Taman Sari group decided to continue the loan and are each getting 1,500,000 IDR. With full support from their husbands because it was considered beneficial to the family economy, they are optimistic the businesses will run smoothly. With 10 members, the group have new loan of 15,000,000 IDR.

Luh Eka is receiving 1,500,000 IDR of the loan and is using this loan to buy three piglets for fattening. Luh Eka hopes to gain more profit than the previous loan. The loans are helpful to Luh Eka in developing the business and of course in increasing the family income.

In this group: Luh Eka*, Ni Made*, Wayan, Ni Wayan, Ni Ketut, Ni Komang, Ni Luh, Ketut, Ni Kadek, Gusti Ayu
*not pictured

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