Papaya seed cultivation

Harqatun Nizwa Darodjah

Semarang, Indonesia

100% repaid

Entrepreneur

Name

Harqatun Nizwa Darodjah

Member since

August 2017

On-time repayments

147 installments  •  10%

About Me

I am a social worker at a local NGO (non goverment organisation) in Indonesia. I currently work with minority groups such as women with disability including women victims of violence in rural areas. For 5 (five) years my focus of work and service is in the field of rural economic development. For this year (2017) my current work is related to rural economic development and income generation for women with disabilities, women victim of violence and young mother

My Business

Agribusiness is an activity related to the agricultural sector in a broad sense such as domestic resources such as agriculture, plantation, forestry, animal husbandry and fisheries. One area of agribusiness that has good development prospects in rural areas / mountains is the cultivation of organic papaya business. Because market demand is still large, investment payback time is fast, the price is relatively stable, and harvest continuously throughout the year. The market opportunity is still wide open, because supply in the market today is still lacking. Lack of access to credit for women in rural areas can be a serious obstacle to the creation of local businesses in many rural areas of Indonesia. Microfinance of SMEs and support for social entrepreneurship is a proven and proven tool that can contribute to high levels of quality and employment, reducing disparities and poverty; and thus contribute to the realization of priorities. This is my project, specifically to help a mother who lives in rural village of Gudeg a remote area of ​​province in Central Java Indonesia. Ibu Sartini lives in the Merbabu mountains. Ibu Sartini has a small business /small business of organic papaya seedling in a garden of 1/2 hectare which is a land grant from local government. This local papaya breeding, managed by 2 (two) children who have experienced in papaya seed cultivation since 2000. Local papaya seedlings are only using organic fertilizer and only sold through traditional markets. Currently, Mrs. Sartini needs loan capital to strengthen the supply sector of organic fertilizer. Through Zidisha, on behalf of Mrs. Sartini, I submission for a loan to strengthen the capital of organic papaya business. Limited Internet access for poor women in rural areas, thus not allowing rural poor women to access Zidisha, therefore through that, I am on behalf of and fully responsible for this loan.

Loan Proposal

This loan will be used to strengthen the capital purchase of organic fertilizer during the next month. Estimated profit gained is 20 percent of the loan.

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About Me

I am a social worker at a local NGO (non goverment organisation) in Indonesia. I currently work with minority groups such as women with disability including women victims of violence in rural areas. For 5 (five) years my focus of work and service is in the field of rural economic development. For this year (2017) my current work is related to rural economic development and income generation for women with disabilities, women victim of violence and young mother

My Business

Agribusiness is an activity related to the agricultural sector in a broad sense such as domestic resources such as agriculture, plantation, forestry, animal husbandry and fisheries. One area of agribusiness that has good development prospects in rural areas / mountains is the cultivation of organic papaya business. Because market demand is still large, investment payback time is fast, the price is relatively stable, and harvest continuously throughout the year. The market opportunity is still wide open, because supply in the market today is still lacking. Lack of access to credit for women in rural areas can be a serious obstacle to the creation of local businesses in many rural areas of Indonesia. Microfinance of SMEs and support for social entrepreneurship is a proven and proven tool that can contribute to high levels of quality and employment, reducing disparities and poverty; and thus contribute to the realization of priorities. This is my project, specifically to help a mother who lives in rural village of Gudeg a remote area of ​​province in Central Java Indonesia. Ibu Sartini lives in the Merbabu mountains. Ibu Sartini has a small business /small business of organic papaya seedling in a garden of 1/2 hectare which is a land grant from local government. This local papaya breeding, managed by 2 (two) children who have experienced in papaya seed cultivation since 2000. Local papaya seedlings are only using organic fertilizer and only sold through traditional markets. Currently, Mrs. Sartini needs loan capital to strengthen the supply sector of organic fertilizer. Through Zidisha, on behalf of Mrs. Sartini, I submission for a loan to strengthen the capital of organic papaya business. Limited Internet access for poor women in rural areas, thus not allowing rural poor women to access Zidisha, therefore through that, I am on behalf of and fully responsible for this loan.

Loan Proposal

Pinjaman ini akan di gunakan untuk memperkuat modal pembelian pupuk organik selama satu bulan kedepan. Estimasi keuntungan yang didapat adalah 20 persen dari pinjaman.

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Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount

$86.14

Date disbursed

Oct 19, 2017

Repayment status

On Time

Projected term

1 week

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $3.90

Optional expediting fee: $7.80

Lenders

H

Habroukema

Austin, United States

S

stevensau

United States

Paul Buchheit

Mountain View, United States

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