A loan of $2,000 helped a member to buy one big bag of maize and resell to customers.

Yedi Nkonim Group's story

These three people are part of a group called "Yedi Nkonim" that was established in February, 2011. It is made up of members who are on very good terms. There is a good complicity among them, and they really stand together. Their main business is the retail of commodities, such as slippers, Gari (cassava flour), drinks, millet, and maize. They need 4,700 GHS in total.

Nafisatu is the woman standing left in the photograph. She is 43 years old, married, and mother of two boys. Her business consists of selling maize. She intends to buy one big bag of maize with 900 GHS, which could fetch her a profit of 150 GHS in two weeks. She will use her profits to bolster her savings and help her husband cover the expenses of the household (children's education and food).

In this group: Grace, Rebecca, Nafisatu

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