A loan of $375 helped to buy more rice and provisions to sell to her customers.

Eunice's story

Eunice is a happy and hardworking woman who is 31 years old. She is married to a 35-year-old businessman, and they have three children. She says: "Thanks to the ID-Ghana for bringing in Kiva. My business has improved because I have capital through the help of ID Ghana to invest into work. This way I can pay off the loan and also improve conditions for my family."

Eunice has been selling rice and provisions for 12 years now. She started selling in her residence in Teshie township. She was given 600 GHS in her 4th loan cycle and completed repayment on 5/9/2012.

She is trying to open a fast food joint, which will be supervised by herself.

This is Eunice’s 5th loan, and she is requesting a loan amount of 700 GHS to buy rice and provisions (milo, milk, sugar, toffees, etc.) to sell to her customers.

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