A loan of $575 helped to procure goods in bulk to expand her business.

Akua's story

Akua A. is forty years old. She is married and has given birth to four children: two daughters and two sons. She says one of her children has completed the junior high school while the others are in the primary schools. She says she lives with her husband and children in a rented apartment in a farming/commercial town called Achiase, near Akim Oda in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Akua works to support her husband financially to provide for the family. Akua’s husband is a farmer.

Akua is a trader. She prepares and sells pastries such as meat pies, doughnuts, chips (french fries), etc. Akua distributes to retailers in her community. She procures her goods from wholesalers in Oda and other nearby towns.

Akua has been in business for six years and wants a loan to procure goods in bulk to expand her business. She is hopeful to sponsor all her children to the university level.

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