A loan of $2,375 helped a member to buy more vegetables (cabbage, carrots, cucumbers and beans) to expand her business.


Adjorman's Group's story

Eunice is a hardworking woman. This is the first time she is participating in the ID-Ghana microfinance program. In the first loan cycle, she wants to borrow GHS 400 to buy more vegetables (cabbage, carrots, cucumbers and beans) to expand her business. She wants to gain earnings and save the profit to grow her children up well.

Other members who are part of the Adjorman Group include the following:

Millicent is 60 years old and married. She sells clothing. She wants to borrow GHS 500 to invest in her business.

Mary is 54 years old and is married with children. She sells medicine. She wants to borrow GHS 700 to invest in her business.

Vivian is 57 years old and is married with children. She sells clothing materials. She wants to borrow GHS 1,000 to invest in her business.

Rosena is 30 years old, and she has children. She sells fruits. She wants to borrow GHS 800 to invest in her business.

Susana is 43 years old and is married with children. She sells foodstuffs and cooking oil. She wants to borrow GHS 800 to invest in her business.

Sarah is 48 years old and has one child. She sells eggs. She wants to borrow GHS 600 to invest in her business.

In this group: Millicent, Mary, Vivian, Eunice, Rosena, Susana, Sarah
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