Total loan: $400


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Nkawkaw, Eastern, Ghana / Food

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A loan helped To buy cartons of frozen foods like fish, chicken, mutton, yam and smoked fish, etc.

Juliana's story

Juliana J. is 33 years old and a divorced woman with two children. Currently all her kids are in school. Juliana has sold frozen foods like chicken, pork, mutton, fish, meat, etc. in the local market of Abirem in the Eastern region for twelve years now. In addition to that she also sells yam and smoked fish just to help her make more income. Through hard work and self determination, Juliana is doing well in providing the basic needs for her kids, especially their education. Sometimes getting money to pay her kids' education fees becomes a big blow to her. As a single parent, she is doing her best to cater for her kids through the business that she runs.

Juliana does not have adequate funds to support her business. This has affected her operation, especially in the face of increasing food prices. With the loan, she wants to purchase more cartons of frozen foods like fish, chicken, pork and meat to enable her to raise enough income to expand her sales. It has been her desire to open another branch in the next three towns from where she is selling because customers from those communities come to her village to buy, which she thinks is quite a distance for them. She would be grateful for your support. Juliana belongs to a village bank called ‘Asetenapa’ which means 'good living'. She hopes to receive GH¢500 to make business progress by restocking her inventory.