Nancy is married and has two children. She has received schooling to junior high school. Nancy’s business is selling provisions and minerals to the people of Akpafu, Hohoe, as she has done for the past seven years, since she couldn’t continue with her schooling. Her husband is a petty trader. Nancy uses her income for the daily feeding of the household. Nancy will use the loan to buy sachets of milo, varieties of canned fish, and minerals. With the new profits from her expanded business, Nancy plans to save to acquire a bigger shop some day.