A loan of $575 helped a member to buy more sugar, rice, biscuits, milk, milo, etc., to sell to customers.

Ngaayise Group's story

Ngaayise is a group made up of 3 women who sell sandals, vegetables and provisions. Two are married with children while one is single and has no child. Their ages range between 25 and 40 years. They have been together as a group for 3 years but started taking loans from ID-Ghana in 2011. They are in their third loan cycle. They meet on Friday to discuss business and the repayment of the loan.

Fuastina is 35 years old and sells provisions. She is married to a 38 year-old carpenter and they have three children who are all in school. She took 250 Ghana cedis in her second loan cycle, which was used to expand the business by buying more sugar, rice, biscuits, milk, milo, etc. She now needs 350 Ghana cedis to also buy a lot of rice, sugar, milk, and milo so that she can meet customers' demand. She completed payment of the previous loan on 20/7/2012 and the profit made was reinvested into the business.

The group needs a total amount of 1050 Ghana cedis.

In this group: Rose, Fuastina, Felicia
*not pictured

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