A loan of $1,175 helped a member to buy two superior quality piglets and feed.


Awen Indah Group's story

After six months maintaining the pigs, the Awen Indah group paid off the loan to MUK. Recently was the right time to sell the pigs, because during one week was a big holiday for Hindusm and the price for pig was very expensive. They all sold the pigs together to a big buyer and earned a satisfactory profit. Ni Komang sold her pigs and all the profit will be used to purchase more piglets. She wants to increase the population of her piggery. Ni Komang has a plan to increase the quality of her pigs by giving them nutritious feed and vitamins, thereby she hopes she can earn more profit. With this loan, the Awen Indah group continue its borrowing. In addition to developing the business by buying piglets, it will also be used to buy feed and fix cages. From the previous loan, they can save for venture capital. The new loan is used to develop the business. All members of the group feel very grateful for these loans because they can develop business and generate revenues to improve the welfare of their families. Ni Komang will use her loan to buy two superior quality piglets and feed. She plans to keep pigs for fattening. She’s also purchased a sow with her own money. Ni Komang thanks to MUK, Kiva and lenders because of the support provided to develop the business and improve the welfare of her family.

In this group: Ni Komang, Sayu Komang, Ni Ketut, Ni Putu, Ni Kade, Ni Ketut, Ni Wayan, Ni Nyoman, Ni Made
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