Total loan: $350


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Agona East, Central, Ghana / Food

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A loan helped to sell food.

Jennifer's story

Jennifer is a 21-year-old entrepreneur who lives with her parents in the Agona East district of Ghana. She sells ladies’ apparel. With her first Kiva loan, she launched her business and reinvested the profits she earned to grow it.

Jennifer has now realised there is a large demand for food in her area. She is therefore requesting another loan to sell food. She plans to save her profits.

Jennifer will repay the loan with “social interest” by volunteering two and a half hours per week as a District Kiva Loan Coordinator, using her expertise to mentor and support her fellow CAMFED Association members who are also Kiva borrowers to complete repayment of their loans.

As a District Kiva Loan Coordinator, she has successfully paid off at least one loan herself, so she understands the opportunities and challenges, and is uniquely positioned to help other CAMFED Association members succeed.