A loan of $1,975 helped a member purchase bags of sugar, milk and rice.

Harvest Trust Bank Group's story

Adwoa is forty-five years old. She is a divorcee and has five children under her care. They are between the ages of seventeen and twenty-seven years old. She lives with her children in a rented apartment in the community.

Adwoa is a hard-working and trustworthy woman. She is a petty trader. She trades in provisions and perishable goods. She has been trading for five years now. Adwoa wants the loan to purchase provisions and other goods – vegetables, food items, etc., in bulk. She buys from nearby towns. She hopes to see some of her children attain higher education.

Adwoa is the leader of a trust bank group called ‘Harvest’. The group is made up of six members who are mainly petty traders and food vendors. They are requesting the loan to procure goods and raw materials in bulk to expand their businesses.

In this group: Zinabu, Victoria, Adwoa, Afia, Susana, Victoria

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