A loan of $825 helped a member to buy more maize and fish to meet customers' demand.

Matilda's Group's story

This is the Matilda’s group, made up of three hardworking and responsible women who, through their businesses, are improving themselves every day.

Matilda, 46, is married and has two children who are at school. Taking over her mother's trade, since she had been making a living in this activity, Alexandra decided to sell ‘kenkey’ (cooked corn paste) and fried fish at a small market at Teshie. She feels happy because ID-Ghana has come with this loan facility which has helped her household.

Her keenest desire is to own a grocery store as in this way she will have better profits. The loan sought will be allocated to buying more maize and fish to meet customers' demand.

Matilda’s group needs an amount of GHC 1,650 to help them increase their stock.

In this group: Matilda, Josephine, Eunice

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