A loan of $2,025 helped a member to buy drinks like Malta Guinness, Fanta, Coca-Cola and fruit juice to sell to customers.


Dromo Group's story

The Dromo Group is made up of 13 women who sell commodities like fish, soft drinks, provisions, jewelries, kenkey (corn paste), foodstuffs, onions, plastic items, sandals, rice and beans. Their ages range between 28 years and 60 years. They have been together for two years now and all are women. Comfort, age 56, is a good, friendly, and very hard-working woman. She is married to Wilber, who is a plumber. She lives in her mother's house with her husband, where she operates her drinking spot. She is a member of Dromo Group. Comfort sells soft and fruit drinks throughout the week from morning to evening. She confirms that the drink that customers patronize most is fruit drinks for both children and adults. Her earnings from her work are very good, and this motivates her to keep working tirelessly. She has been in this business for the past seven years and sometimes receives help from her husband whenever he is at home. For the future of her business, she hopes to open a drinking depot because she has gained experience in this line of work. This is her first loan with ID–Ghana. She needs an amount of 300 Ghana cedis, which she will use to buy drinks to increase her stock. They together need a total amount of 3,800 Ghana cedis to be able to maintain their businesses.

In this group: Patince, Comfort, Matilda, Peace, Susuana, Cecilia, Christiana, Mavis, Janet, Grace, Mabel, Grace, Mary
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