A loan of $925 helped a member to buy a half bale of clothing and towels from Accra.


God Is Able Group's story

These members are part of the group called "God is Able". They are married women who live with their husbands and children in nuclear families. They are, on average, 46 years old, and have two children. These two women live in the same neighborhood and are friends. They sell secondhand clothing, towels, yams, fish and chicken. In order to increase their working capital, the group has decided to work with field partner, ID-Ghana, on their sixth group loan.

Esther (on the left of the photo) is well-known for selling secondhand clothing and towels. She will use this loan to buy a half bale of clothing and towels from Accra. She will then sell the clothing and towels from door-to-door. Esther hopes to earn a good monthly profit, which will be reinvested into her business and used to provide for her children's smaller expenses.

In this group: Esther, Susuana
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