A loan of $875 helped a member to buy barbering accessories like a haircut machine and sterilization machine.


Justice Group's story

This group has three women and one man. They sell fruits, barbering accessories, maize (corn) and plastic products. They have been with ID-Ghana since 2010 and are ambitious to be financially sustainable through the MFI flexible loan system. They meet every Monday to discuss business and repayment of loans.

Justice is a 40-year-old barber and barbering accessories seller. He is married to a 40-year-old hairdresser, and they have three children. He has been doing this job for 10 years. He is in his fifth loan cycle; the fourth loan of 500 Ghana cedis was used to build a container in which he operates the business now. He now needs 500 Ghana cedis to buy barbering accessories like a haircut machine and sterilization machine. The container is built beside the main high street of the town. He is able to make 80 Ghana cedis daily.

They need a total of 1,650 Ghana cedis to be able to sustain their businesses.

In this group: Gladys, Comfort, Justice, Borkor



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