A loan of $1,625 helped a member to purchase food ingredients.


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In a group of six members made up of five women and a man, Abena, aged 47, is the leader who sees to it that the group accesses the loan capital, organizes them for group meetings and ensures that all repayment schedules are met accordingly. Abena is married and has five children who are between the ages of 10 and 17. She says all are in school. Abena works very hard to support her husband in providing for the family. She is a food vendor and wants to use the loan to buy food stuffs and other ingredients in bulk. She desires to build a house for her family. Abena has been in the chop (food) bar business for four years. Since trading is a source of livelihood to many in most communities in Ghana, the other group members are into all kinds of trading activities and food processing business. The group requests a loan to enable them procure goods and raw materials in bulk to revamp their businesses.

In this group: Abena, Adwoa , Regina, Abena , Kwadwo , Theresah
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