A loan of $2,600 helped a member to buy more gold so that he can manufacture more jewelry to sell.

Negba Group's story

The group Negba is community based with 18 memberships, with 1 male and 17 females. Their ages range between 25 years and 56 years, with 14 members married with children and 5 members single without children. They sell products like cooking utensils, eggs, food stuff, rice, vegetables, plates, hair creams, drinks, flour, fish, second hand clothing, underwear and cooking oil. They are in their 2nd loan cycle with ID-Ghana.

Ebenezer is a goldsmith and he is married with 2 children. He is also the only male in the group and led the group to pay their previous loan without trouble. He designs and manufactures beautiful items like jewelry and supplies customers in Accra and Tema. He buys the gold from Obuasi, a mining town in Ghana. He has been doing this work for 10 years. He needs this loan to support and improve his business so that he can meet his customers' requests. He needs financial support. He will want to operate a big jewelry shop in the future.

They need a total amount of 5,050 Ghana cedis to be able to meet their customers' demands.

In this group: Ebenezer, Diana, Comfort, Janet, Joan, Joyce, Patience, Margaret, Elizabeth, Agnes, Sango, Paulina, Esther, Faustina, Helina, Joyce, Akua, Regina

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