A loan of $1,200 helped a member to buy groceries and sell to customers.

With God Group's story

This group consists of four members who work by selling slippers, rice, groceries, yams and macaroni. They have been group mates, repaying loans and maintaining savings for four years. The group members are residents of the Teshie-Accra, Ghana. The group's sixth loan would be used to expand their businesses. They are involved in a variety of activities and together they have a solid foundation to guarantee the loan. The members are clear on collective loan guarantees, how to track their income, and savings. They are empowered, hardworking, and determined women.They will hold each other responsible for repayment of the loan.

Beatrice is the featured borrower. She is 72 years old, a widow, and has one dependent child. All her other children are grown up. Beatrice sells groceries and this loan will enable her to invest in her business. Her 25-year work experience has strengthened her to strategically keep her in business. She is standing on the far left in the photograph. She has received training on problems such as drugs and crime, and also provision of health subsidies.

In this group: Rose, Emelia, Beatrice, Helina

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