A loan of $1,325 helped a member to purcharse scarves for sale to customers.

Wilson's Group's story

Wilson’s Group is made up of four women who live in the same neighborhood, where the city architecture is a mix of old and new. The women do various trading activities to provide for their families, and they still keep the flames of their culture and traditions alive. The group engages in the sale of scarves, second hand clothing, groceries (spices, noodles, tin tomatoes, etc.), slippers and detergents. This group is a sub-group of 'Akotobu' and standing from the far right is the group leader, who leads the members in group transactions.

One of the group members is Wilson. She is taking her first loan with her friends and fellow members of the group. She is 28, single, and has one child. They live in an apartment.

Wilson has been selling scarves for four years, and it is her main source of income. She works Monday to Friday without a fixed schedule. She is standing second from left in the photograph.

The money from this loan will be invested in the purchase of scarves for sale to customers.

Wilson's goal is to expand her small scale business into giant one.

They need a loan in the total amount of GHS 2,750 .

In this group: Mary, Elizabeth, Abigail, Wilson
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