A loan of $1,850 helped a member to purchase cassette tapes and DCs in bulk.

Sabath Solidarity Group's story

Nicholas is a 36-year-old man who describes himself as smart. He is married and has 3 children between the ages of 1 and 10 years old. For the past 3 years, Nicholas has operated a trading business where he sells cassette tapes and compact discs. He plans to use the loan to buy compact discs and cassette tapes in bulk. Nicholas’ ambitious future goals include owning his own recording studio and a house in Kumasi. Kumasi is the second largest city in Ghana and is known as the cultural center of Ghana.

Currently, Nicholas is the leader of the group named 'Sabbath Solidarity Group'. Nicholas believes he was elected group leader because he is a good coordinator. There are 6 members in this group. The other group members are traders and food processors. They anticipate receiving the loan to enable them to buy various kinds of stock to grow their business and provide adequate support to their families.

In this group: Adwoa, Adwoa, Akua, Francis*, Mary, Nicholas
*not pictured

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