A loan of $1,975 helped a member to buy foodstuff like cassava, plantain and yam and sell to customers.

Susuana' Group's story

This group is starting their fifth loan cycle with ID-Ghana in Dansoman. The group is lead by Susuana and has four members. The members have a variety of businesses and they are moving along. The businesses include selling foodstuff, provisions, porridge, and poultry farming.

Susuana is married and has three children. She joined ID-Ghana three years ago, after being introduce to the loan scheme by an officer of the company. Susuana currently has a business selling food like cassava, plantain and yam. She has been in this business for fourteen years. This loan will allow her to increase her capital, and buy more food items to sell to customers. She will get them from a village close to Accra, and then she will sell them at her customers' request. This type of work allows Susuana to earn an income and support her household. When asked what she likes about ID-Ghana, she said she likes the financing and health training.

They need a total amount of amount of GHS 4400 to manage businesses to growth.

In this group: Susuana , Rose , Abena , Akwasi

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