A loan of $1,300 helped a member to purchase three pigs and feed.

Sarwa Wiguna Group's story

Ni Ketut is the head of the Sarwa Wiguna group. She makes her daily living as a pig farmer. And now she has a new business as a canteen owner at a school. She lives with her husband.

Ni Ketut worked on developing her pig business by borrowing 2,000,000 IDR from MUK. From the sale of her pigs in this period, Ni Ketut managed a profit of 750,000 IDR. This gain was very helpful as the family's finances are currently experiencing difficult times due to increasingly expensive necessities of life.

Ni Ketut, along with the Sarwa Wiguna group, decided to continue loaning from MUK as this has been especially helpful in developing the pig business. Ni Ketut wants to increase her pig business by keeping pigs for a local pig barbecue. She needs a new loan to purchase three pigs and feed. She will also buy some merchandise for her canteen. The pigs, used in pigrolls, are usually only kept for 2-3 months and then are sold. Her husband supports her business by helping her feed the animals and clean the barn. Ni Ketut saves her profit because she has a dream to renovate her kitchen.

One member couldn't attend the meeting because of illness.

In this group: Ni Ketut, Ni Kadek, Ni Nyoman, Ni Luh, Ni Putu*, Ni Made , Ni Luh, Ni Made
*not pictured

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