A loan of $1,025 helped to buy more boxes of anti-malarial drugs, cough mixtures, antacids, etc.

Collins's story

Collins is a married man and he has three children. Two of them are in school. He has been selling pharmaceutical drugs like anti-malarial drugs, cough mixtures, pain relievers, antacids, and other drugs for his village. Due to income to expand his operation, he has planned to register with the National Health Insurance Scheme where patients can buy approved drugs in his facility.

He therefore wants to use his new loan to buy more pharmaceutical drugs to enable him increase sales and income to support his wife who sells fish in the village market and also pay for the kids’ school fees.

He is a member of the group called “Awurade Akae Me”(meaning: God has remembered me). Group members agree in principle to guarantee for each other to repay the loan.

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