Kpangmanga-Nyong Nayili Group
A new loan of 8,400 cedis will help Shawana and her colleagues to buy and store 140 bags of shea nuts for processing into shea butter. There are available off-taker organizations and individuals who buy the shea butter Shawana processes. She hopes to expand this business for the first time since she started it and thereby increase her income. With increased income, she will be able to repay the loan and also help her children to have better education and food to eat.
Shawana is the person holding the shea nut roaster in the group picture.
More information about this loan
This loan is designed to help farmers and other workers finance a range of activities including cultivation, inputs, harvesting, processing and marketing of different agricultural produce. Shea nut pickers and processors in rural Ghana will use these loans to access funding to process premium quality nuts and butter for international buyers. The funding goes towards the purchase of equipment, labor, and working capital during the processing period. Grameen Ghana links the borrowers with international buyers in order to eliminate intermediaries and realize better value for their produce. By funding this loan, you are helping ensure the success and job stability of farmers including that of Shea nut pickers and processors.
About Grameen GhanaGrameen Ghana is a microfinance institution that aims to alleviate poverty in Northern Ghana by empowering underserved communities through financial services and educational training. The organization provides clients with loans for agricultural workers, shea nut processors, and for solar lighting purchases. At the same time, it promotes holistic development for clients through credit and financial literacy courses, savings programs and more. Kiva lenders’ funds are enabling Grameen Ghana to grow and develop its high-demand agribusiness/shea loans and solar energy loans.
This is a Group Loan
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