A loan of $3,475 helped a member repair broken-down school bus.


Ahemaa Trust Bank Group's story

Louis is forty-five years old. He is married and has four children who are between the ages of six and eighteen. All are currently in school. He lives with his wife and children in a rented apartment in their community. His wife is a farmer who cultivates food crops to support the family.

Louis is a hard-working man. He is the proprietor of a private school in the community. His school being one of the good ones in town has made many parents enroll their offspring there. He has been in business for ten years.

Louis wants the loan to enable him to have his broken-down school bus mended and also to procure other logistics to facilitate teaching and learning. He hopes to give his children the best education he can afford.

Louis is the leader of a trust bank group called ‘Ahenema’, which literally means 'royals'. The group is made up of thirteen members. Some are petty traders and others are into food production/sales. The group requests the loan to procure goods and raw materials in bulk to expand their businesses.

In this group: Emelia, Helina, Akosua, Samspon, Akua, Afua, Lydia, Mary, Abena, Elizabeth, Cynthia, Kwasi, Louis
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