A loan of $1,525 helped a member to purchase wholesale groceries to sell.


Krowor Ladies 2 Group's story

Comfort runs a grocery store. She is the leader of a loan group made up of five members who work selling slippers, underwear, groceries, and the provision of hairdressing. Comfort started her business with the support of her mother, who also had a grocery store, and she decided to start out on her own after many years. She joined ID-Ghana a year and a half ago at the invitation of a sister-in-law who is a member of the institution. When asked what she likes about ID-Ghana, Comfort responds that she likes the training that the institution offers her.

Comfort will use her portion of the loan to purchase wholesale groceries to sell at her store. The group loan will benefit small micro-businesses like hers. Comfort’s loan will allow her to generate resources to maintain her family, since she is single and has a son.

In this group: Lealn, Rose, Ayeley, Margaret, Comfort
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