A loan of $2,750 helped a member to buy 115 bags of shea nuts for processing into shea butter.

Suglo Kongbo-Nyong Nayili Group's story

Abiba is a 48-year-old married woman living with her husband and 10 children in a community called Nyong-Nayili in northern Ghana. Abiba is the person placing a hand on the shea nuts in the group picture.

All the group members are women who are in the business of processing shea nuts into shea butter. They have been doing this business for the past 4 years. They really are processing high premium shea butter, some of which is sold to aggregators and exported to the European market. She sells the butter to many other customers in Tamale, the regional capital.The group is requesting a loan of 6,900 cedis to help them increase production from 50 bags to 115 bags of shea nuts. Abiba hopes to increase her income to support her family and repay the loan.

In this group: Sanatu, Memunatu, Laabi, Munira, Sanatu, Awabu, Abiba, Zenabu, Afishetu, Zenabu, Memunatu, Safura, Abiba, Samata, Adamu, Rukaka, Ziina, Arishetu, Sisala, Amina, Memunatu, Bushira, Sanatu

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