Total loan: $3,400

Grace To Grace Group

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Mankessim, Central, Ghana / Retail

Grace To Grace Group's loan finished fundraising,
but these similar borrowers just need a little more help to reach their goals!

A loan helped to purchase electrical goods and solar lights for resale.

Grace To Grace Group's story

Janet is in the far left corner in the picture. She used her previous loan to buy foodstuffs to prepare meals for sale in her restaurant. Janet is now 42 years old, and she has been in the restaurant business for the past 15 years.

Janet is very hard-working and always saves for the future. She operates an electrical shop alongside her restaurant business, where she sells electrical gadgets such as energy-saving bulbs, rice cookers, electrical stoves and others.

Janet has introduced the selling of solar lamps into her store to increase the variety of items in the store and to increase her profit. She wants to invest more in the solar lamps, to generate more profit.

Janet needs additional microloan support to buy more solar lanterns for resale. She will use part of the profit to care for her children and the remaining to invest in her restaurant.

Janet and her fellow group members are grateful to all their microlenders for their kind support.