A loan of $825 helped to fill her store with cosmetics, shoes, baby dresses, and provisions such as milk, milo, soap, and pepsodent.


Salamatu's story

Salamatu A. sells cosmetics, lace materials, thread, needles, handkerchiefs, baby diapers, and provisions such as milk, soap, and minerals. Salamatu is married and has three children ages 15, 6 and 3 years old. Her husband is an electrician but his income is low. Salamatu works very hard. To help with the family finances, she also sells shoes and mineral water. Her store is located at Moree Junction, about 5km from Cape Coast.


She is also a member of a lending group called “Emmanuel Traders Group” located on the Yamoransa – Accra highway.


Salamatu is asking for a loan of US $800 to fill her store with cosmetics, shoes, baby dresses, minerals, lace materials, thread, and provisions such as milk, milo, soap, and bags of rice. She intends to pay the loan back within seven months.


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