A loan of $4,850 helped a member to buy rice, sugar, and Milo to sell at his kiosk.

Greda Traders Group's story

Greda traders are a group with four males and 13 females. Their average age is 36 years and average number of children is two.

They sell commodities like cassava, plantain, yam, maize (grain), Sprite, Coca-Cola, corn, charcoal, palm oil, carpentry services and fish. They are married and living in Teshie. The total amount they need is 9,300 GHS.

Joseph (second from right, squashing), buys his rice, sugar and Milo from the depot. He plans to own a retail shop of provisions. His kiosk is at the central market of Accra. He can make a profit margin of 80 GHS monthly. Part of this profit is for reinvestment and part is for completion of his building project.

In this group: Joseph, Olivia, Peace, Gifty, Felicia, Naomi, Florence, Yaa, Esther, Awo, Lena, Rosina, Josephine, Samuel, Emmanuel, Honu, Vidogo

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