A loan of $1,950 helped a member to buy more maize (corn) to sell to customers.

Suomo's Group's story

Martha, a single mother of one child, is the leader of 'Suomo' group. She lives in her parents' house in the center of Nungua town and sells maize (corn). From this business, she earns money to pay her child's school tuition and meet her basic needs. Her main clients are consumers from neighboring areas and retailers from the city. She is hardworking and committed to repaying her loan and maintaining the leadership of the group. The photo comprises six members and Martha is standing second from far right with white t-shirt and colored writing on the shirt. She is requesting 1,500 GHS to buy more maize (corn) to sell to customers.

The other members are Sekinatu, Ruby, Victoria, Mary and Elizabeth, who need a total amount of 3,850 GHS to expand their businesses. All the members signed waiver forms.

In this group: Martha, Sekinatu , Ruby , Victoria, Mary, Elizabeth

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