Total loan: $2,475
Chorkor, Greater Accra Region, Ghana / Food
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Shalon Group's loan finished fundraising,
but these similar borrowers just need a little more help to reach their goals!
A loan helped To buy sugar, rice, biscuits and canned products to sell to customers.
Shalon Group's story
These five members, led by Hannah as the representative, are part of the group called Shalon. The businesses that the members of this group are engaged in include selling groceries and general goods, pedicure services and sewing services. They will need a total amount of 7,900 GHS to expand their businesses. The loan will benefit this group of micro-businesspersons. Hannah says that she joined ID Ghana five years ago and became a founding member of this group. This is her ninth loan request with ID Ghana. She currently has a business selling groceries. Hannah will use her part of this loan (3,000 GHS) to increase her capital. She will buy sugar, rice, biscuits and canned products to sell to customers. This work allows her to make an income for her family. Hannah is 42 years old, married and has four children. When asked what she likes about ID Ghana, Hannah replied that she likes the health insurance services and the training sessions. She says her loans have made it possible to take care of her children and her needs, by saving part of her profits and reinvesting the other part in her business.