A loan of $2,400 helped a member to buy raw materials like maize, cassava, plantain, meat, fish, vegetables and firewood.

Awurade Wope Enyeho Group's story

Grace is a 21 years old local restaurant operator she is single and has no child. She started her operations three years ago. She prepares and sells local foods like fufu, banku and other local dishes. Fufu is prepared from pounded cassava and plantain, taken with all kinds of soup. Banku is prepared from milled maize grains and it is taken with hot pepper or soup. With her tasty meals she has attracted lots of customers in the area where she served. Therefore it has become necessary to employ additional hands to assist her in food delivering service. She says prices of raw materials have gone up significantly and she needs the support of a loan to enable her meet her production expenditure. With the loan, she wants to purchase more raw materials like bags of maize, baskets of cassava, plantain, meat, fish, vegetables and firewood to prepare his meals. She would be grateful for that assistance.

She is the leader of a trust bank group called ‘Awurade Wope Enyeho’ which literary means ‘God let your will be done’. She is the one sitting in the group photograph. Most of the members of this group are petty traders, food vendors and farmers etc. In this group, members guarantee for one another as social collateral to access the loan and peer pressure to repay the loan.

In this group: Grace, Theresa, Ama, Ama, Diana, Margaret, Grace

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