A loan of $2,850 helped a member to buy and supply fresh fish to customers.

Naomi's Group's story

Naomi's group is beginning its sixth loan cycle with ID-Ghana to support their business capital so that they can eventually grow their businesses. It is made up of seven members and is led by Naomi. The businesses operated by the members of this group include selling fresh fish, foodstuff (yam, cassava, vegetables), provisions (Milo, cerelac, oveltine, sugar, etc.) and rice.

The loan for which they are applying will benefit small enterprises such as Naomi's business. She says that she has been with ID-Ghana for five loan cycles, joining on the invitation of a credit officer of the institution who came to visit her in her home. Currently, she has a business supplying fresh fish. This is a business she inherited from her mother, who worked in the same field. Naomi is standing on the far right in the photograph.

Naomi is requesting a loan amount of GHS 1,000 to buy and supply fresh fish to customers. She will acquire from the fishing harbor in Tema, Ghana. This kind of work allows her to generate resources to support her household as quickly as possible, since her husband is unemployed now and her two children are of school-going ages.

In this group: Cecilia, Doris, Grace, Abban, Grace, Doris, Naomi

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