A loan of $1,175 helped a member to buy yam, rice, fish, meat, maize paste, cassava and plantain to cook food and sell to customers.


Queen Group's story

This is a group of two women whose ages are 47 and 57 years. Their economic activities include the sale of provisions, soft drinks, cooked food (rice and stew, yam and stew), and also local dishes like banku (cooked maize paste) and soup fufu (cooked and pounded cassava and plantain).

Grace, the leader of this group, is 49 and married to Williams, a 50-year-old security guard. They have two children, 23 and 13. She operates a restaurant where she sells cooked yam, plantain, rice, fish, and meat of all kinds. She sells from Monday to Sunday and from morning to evening. She supports her husband in taking care of their home.

This is her fourth loan and she needs an amount of 1,200 GHS to enable her to buy more items to sell.

As a group, they need a total amount of 2,200 GHS to meet their customers' demands.

In this group: Esther, Grace



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