A loan of $1,200 helped a member to buy three local piglets.


Panglan Indah Group's story

Finally, the Panglan Indah group was able to pay off its loan on time. During the past six months, the group succeed in looking after their pigs. Ni Nyoman is the head of the group and the one responsible for the repayment. She maintained three fattening pigs and sold them. After deducting the cost of feed and the price of piglets, she earned a satisfactory profit. She’s very happy for that, and she hopes that with the next loan she will get more profit to improve her business.

Panglan Indah group is located in the middle part Bali; most of them are involved in farming. All the husbands of the members of the Panglan Indah group work as farmers and as a Balinese woman, they also support the husband's income by raising pigs at home.

After successfully paying off the first loans, they are proceeding to the next period with a purpose to improving their businesses. And they also make some changes in the group member and the rules.

Ni Nyoman is head of the group and coordinates the purchase of piglets so that all members get good piglets. With the loan, she bought three local piglets that become pig barbeque (“Babi Guling” in Bahasa) that are sold every 2 months. From the results of this effort, she plans to save for her children's educational needs.

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