A loan of $1,375 helped a member to buy fish and supply her customers.

Neman's Group's story

Neman's group is made up of six women who sell consumable goods like foodstuffs, provisions, and fish. Two are into the sale of foodstuffs, three are into the sale of fish, and the other person is into the sale of provisions. Their ages range between 21 to 60 years old, and they have been together for three years.

Lydia is a 38-year-old fish seller who is married to a 42-year-old businessman; they have two children.

She has been selling fish for 10 years. She supplies customers in Accra from Monday to Saturday and from 6 am to 6 pm. She is in her third loan cycle with ID-Ghana.

She needs a support of GHS 600 to buy more fish to supply to customers. She was loaned GHS 300 in her second loan cycle, and she successfully repaid without a problem.

She has been making enough profit to support family needs and reinvest in her job.

Lydia, together with other five, need a total amount of GHS 2,600 to be able to expand business.

In this group: Gladys, Comfort, Lydia, Diana, Juliana, Patience

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