A loan of $1,000 helped a member to buy more plastic bowls and underwear to sell to customers.


Adankpeji Group's story

This group is made up of seven members, all female. The minimum age in this group is 21 years whereas the maximum age is 45 years. Six members are married with children whereas one is single. They sell plastic products, ceremic bowls, children's wear and underwear. The plastic product are shown in the photograph. The women all live in the same neighborhood, so they know each other very well. This is their 1st loan cycle with ID-Ghana but they have been together as a group for two years. Doris is 31 years old; she sells plastic bowls and underwear. She is married to a fisherman and they have three children. She also supports the sale of fish her husband catches. Her profit for a month is 90 Ghana cedis and she uses part for family expenses and other part for reinvestment. She needs this loan to improve business. Together they need a total amount of 1900 Ghana cedis to improve their businesses.

In this group: Georgina, Diana, Bernice, Dickson, Anita, Doris, Emelia
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