A loan of $1,775 helped a member to purchase more sandals, shoes, and ready-made materials to sell to customers.


Felicia's Group's story

Felicia, Margaret, Aku, and Diana are the members in this group. They sell rice, yams, plantains, vegetables, sandals, ready-made dresses, and second-hand clothing. They reside in the Teshie community. They have been together from January 2010 to the present. Aku is 44 years old and lives Accra North Area, Ghana. She travels to market to purchase sandals, ready-made dresses and she sells them to customers. She is married to Bismark who is a draughtsman and has two children between the ages of 16 and 20 years old, both of whom attend school. Aku has been doing this business for 12 years, a business she started with money given to her by her husband. She learned this way of selling from her friends. Aku is requesting a loan to purchase more sandals, shoes, and ready-made materials to sell to customers. Her future plan is to educate all of her children. The group needs a total amount of GHS 3,500 to buy enough goods to sell to customers.

In this group: Felicia, Aku, Margaret, Diana
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