A loan of $1,850 helped a member to buy more cloth to sell to customers.


Akwadu Group's story

This is a community based group called Akwadu (banana), with eight females and two males. They are all married. The average age in this group is 44 years. They are in their third loan cycle and are selling the following products: fishing equipment, bread, cloth, firewood, cassava, fish, provisions, fishing net and cooking utensils.

Comfort, second from right in the front row of the picture, is the leader. She sells cloth. She buys her goods from the central market at Accra. She will buy two bills of goods which will be sold in the Teshie community. Her goal is to expand her business and build a house of her own.

The group needs an amount of 3,550 GHS.

In this group: Comfort, Mary , Regina, Martey, Grace, Rebecca, Atswei, Gladys, Lydia, Emmanuel



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