A loan of $2,250 helped a member to buy shea nuts to make premium shea butter.


Kpanmanga - Tamalgu Group's story

Alima is 30 years old and has five children. She is a member of a shea nut processing women's group from Tamalgu in the northern region of Ghana. Alima is the fifth person as you count among the squatting group members from your right as you face their photo. Their group is called ‘Kpangmanga-Tamalgu’ Women Association.

Alima has been in this business with 22 others for the past three years. The group needs a loan of GHS 6,900. Alima will use her portion of the loan to buy four bags of shea nuts to process premium shea butter for the export market. There are available off-taker organizations and individuals who buy the shea butter she processes.

Alima intends to expand the business venture and thereby increase her income, repay the loan, stay in business and help her children to have a better education and better food to eat.

In this group: Sa-Ada , Afi , Wumbei, Adisah , Sanatu , Kande , Ayi , Alima , Afishetu , Ayi , Adisah , Meeli , Ayi , Fuseina , Ayi , Asmawu , Arishetu , Azara , Alima , Sadia , Fati , Sanatu , Kaasua



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