A loan of $300 helped to increase her inventory levels, thus allowing her to sell more Kooko (fermented maize porridge).


Aba's story

Although she has received no formal education, Aba is an entrepreneur. She specializes in selling “Kooko” (fermented maize porridge) in Egyirfa (near Cape Coast). She has been involved in this enterprise for three years. Aba is married and has five children. Her husband works as a mason. The proceeds from her business normally go toward helping her husband to cover the family’s general expenses and to pay their children’s school fees. Aba wants to use her loan to increase her inventory levels, thus allowing her to sell more Kooko. In the long term, Aba plans to reinvest the profits in her business, thus helping her to expand and meet rising customer demand.


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