A loan of $2,100 helped a member to buy more maize, potatoes, Milo, rice, sugar, biscuits, toffees and milk.


Future Group's story

Future group is made up of five women who are aged between 33 and 53 years. They sell items like provisions, maize, fish and eggs and have been meeting together in the same neighborhood for two years.

Happy is 54 years old. She is a provisions and maize (corn) seller who is single but has three daughters, all in school. They live together in a family house. She operates her business at her residence in a wooden structure. She sells from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm and business is good in its current location. This is her 5th loan cycle with ID-Ghana and she is requesting 1,200 Ghana Cedi to buy more maize, potatoes, Milo, rice, sugar, biscuits, toffees and milk. She is standing at the back with a white sleeveless top in the photograph.

She was given a previous loan of 1,000 Ghana Cedi in her 4th loan cycle and she finished paying it back on the 25th of September 2012. After ten years working experience, she believes ID-Ghana loans are good, flexible and reliable for traders like her and her group members.

She is therefore focusing on her children education for now and taking on a building project on her own with the support of Kiva.

The group needs 3,950 Ghana Cedi to improve the standards of their businesses.

In this group: Happy , Jambia, Alley, Monica, Diana



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