They all are in their second loan with ID-Ghana, and they repaid their first loan without trouble. They sell fruits, vegetables, provisions, cosmetics, and mobile phone credit cards.
Mary is a fruit seller, and she has been doing this work for three years. She is standing third from the left in the photo. With her loan amount of GHS 600, she intends to purchase watermelons, pineapples, bananas and oranges, so that she can sell it to customers. She plans on making a profit of GHS 200 from this loan. This profit will enable her to repay her loan, and also to help her husband on their housing project. Together, the group is taking a total amount of GHS 3,500 which will be used to purchase various items to boost their businesses.
About ID GhanaID Ghana is a microfinance NGO that provides financial and social services to underserved urban communities in Accra. ID Ghana’s socially-oriented business model provides clients with a number of social services, including financial literacy training, group discussions led by peer educators on health and nutrition education, child schooling, basic medical services, and counseling and legal services for women victims of violence.
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