A loan of $1,275 helped a member to purchase superior piglets.

Tunas Rahayu Group's story

Noted as one of the oldest groups that has received venture capital loans from MUK, particularly for their pig program, spurring enthusiasm and hard work of all members of the Tunas Rahayu group to improve the outcomes of their efforts and wanting to be financially independent.

The Tunas Rahayu group succeeded to pay off their loan to MUK on time. They successfully bred their pigs and sold them with a satisfying price.

Ayu Komang, as the Treasure of the group, also earns a satisfied profit, and she saving it all for future needs. The bussines help her to increase the income of her family. She has a plan to borrow a new loan, to continue the bussines. Ayu Komang maintained three super quality pigs and they grew healthy and fat. She sold them for 3,100,000 IDR and earned a net profit of 1,750,000 IDR.

Because the price of pork is quite high, this time the loan is focused to buy superior piglets for fattening. Ayu Komang will use the loan to buy superior quality piglets. She hopes that after 6 months raising pigs, the ideal weight is reached, the price of pork remains high and she will get a lot of profit. Ayu Komang plans to keep all of income and use it as working capital.

When the loan was disbursed, the head of the group, Ni Putu, couldn’t attend the meeting because she had a religious ceremony at the Temple. The woman who raised her hand is the Treasurer of the group.

In this group: Ni Putu*, Ayu Komang, Ni Luh Gede, Ni Komang, Ni Made, Ni Komang, Ni Putu, Ni Putu, Ni Putu, Ni Luh
*not pictured

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