A loan of $1,800 helped a member to buy footwear and ladies' wear to sell to her customers.

Antehwe Group's story

The Antehwe Group consists of five women who live in the same town and who are engaged in different businesses: selling fresh fish, ladies’ wear, footwear, beans, maize (corn) and groundnuts. The women know one another because they are from the same neighborhood. Their representative is Sherita, who is 34 years old and married to a civil servant. They have one child. She has been operating her business, selling ladies’ wear and footwear, for over seven years. She is applying for a loan of GHS 600 to bolster her working capital. She would like to increase the goods she offers, to satisfy customer demand, which she cannot meet with her own funds. The new loan will enable her to boost her sales and to earn more money. The profits will enable her to improve her family's food situation and to raise her level of savings. One day, she would like to have her own shoe depot.

In this group: Grace , Sheritta, Rose , Ruth , Margaret

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