A loan of $2,025 helped a member to buy an embroidery machine in Ghana.


Baloon Bay's Group's story

These members are part of group called Baloon Bay, which is made up of six people who live in the same neighborhood. The representative of the group is Evans who is 40 years old. He is married to a woman named Comfort. They have two children, who attend school. Evans lives with his wife, and together they provide for the household expenses.

It is for this reason that Evans has been designing and sewing men's clothing from his home for ten years. He needs a loan to buy an embroidery machine in Ghana. This machine would be used to facilitate his work. In order to expand his business, Evans has partnered with the other members to request a third loan from ID-Ghana. Their previous loans have been fully repaid. They need a total of GHS 4,500 to improve their businesses.

In this group: Rachael, Margaret, Regina, Genevieve, Cynthia, Evans



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