Mrs. Wastiri, 37, has 5 children and one on the way. Three of her children are in school at the local Rumah Belajar Learning Center, while the others have already started working. Her husband works as a bajaj driver. To make ends meet, even when she was pregnant, she still cooked and sold food on the streets at night. She joined YCAB Cooperative because the interest rate was much lower than other cooperatives. She has been with YCAB Cooperative for about 4 years.
After joining YCAB Cooperative , I had enough funds to start selling fried food and taking cake orders during Lebaran. With the help of YCAB, I can now earn more money…and we use it for our children’s education. I want to say thank you for everything they’ve done for me. Without their help, I wouldn’t be able to sell more food like right now.