A loan of $325 helped a member to buy more foodstuffs to sell to their customers.


Kaba Group's story

This group is called Kaba and has two partners as its members. It has been in existence for 11 years now. Vida is a happy and hardworking woman who is 50 years old. She is married to a 56-year-old painter and they have one child. She has been selling foodstuffs and charcoal for 5 years now. She started selling on a table; this is her first loan and she intends to gather enough capital to own a kiosk where she has all her goods secured. This is the group's first loan and Vida is requesting a loan amount of 300 Ghana cedis to buy foodstuffs and charcoal to supply to her customers. She says "thanks to ID-Ghana, our businesses have improved because we have capital through the help of ID Ghana to invest into work. This way we can pay off the loan and also improve conditions for our families." Vida and Patricia need a total amount of 600 Ghana cedis to buy and sell more to their customers. They are carrying some of the items on their heads in the photograph.

In this group: Patricia, Vida
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