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A loan of $725 helped a member to buy more vegetables and fish to sell to customers.


Djaano Group's story

Djaano is a group made up of two women who are 46 years and 56 years old. One of them is married with two children and other one is single. They sell vegetables and fish. They meet on Tuesdays to discuss about their business. They live in the same neighborhood.

Felicia is 46 years old and she sells vegetables and fish. She is married to a mason who is 44 years and has two children. This is her 5th loan cycle with ID-Ghana. She was given a loan amount of 600 Ghana cedis and finished paying on July 24, 2012. She buys her items from the wholesale market and sells at her residence in Teshie. Her monthly profit is 100 Ghana cedis of which she uses part to assist her husband and part for reinvestment.

They need a total amount of 1,400 Ghana cedis.

In this group: Christiana, Felicia



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