A loan of $1,075 helped a member to purchase grocery items such as rice, bread, eggs, detergent, diapers, sardines, Milo, milk, and sugar to sell.


Onua Do Group's story

The Onua Do Group consists of three members who live in the same area. They sell foodstuff, cooking items, roasted plantain, groceries, and dried fish. Mavis, the featured borrower, is 39 years old and single. She sells groceries, such as rice, bread, eggs, detergent, diapers, sardines, Milo, milk, and sugar, which she has been doing for seven years.

Mavis is going to invest her loan into buying grocery (rice, bread, eggs, detergent, diapers, sardines, Milo, milk, sugar and sell to customers.

Profit will be re injected into her business in order to increase her cash flow and put into savings. This is her sixth loan cycle with ID-Ghana and second with kiva. They will need GHS 2,700 to expand their businesses.

In this group: Mary, Mavis, Selina
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