A loan of $1,175 helped a member to buy yam, plantain and cassava to sell to customers.

Obaatanpa Group's story

These women are part of Obaatanpa (good mother) group which consists of six people who are friends and live in the same neighborhood. They are selling provisions, cooked food, foodstuff, rice, oil, banku (cooked corn paste) and fish.

The representative for this group, named Lovelace, sells foodstuff. Lovelace is 47 years old and she is married to a security guard named Charles. The couple has three children, all in school and who are their dependents. Lovelace lives with her ​​husband and children, and handles together with her ​​husband the various family expenditures.

For the past twenty-nine years Lovelace has been running a business selling yam, plantain and cassava at the market. She travels to the farmers to buy yam, plantain and cassava, and sell to customers.

Seeking for customer satisfaction and wanting to increase her turnover, Lovelace is requesting for the second time a loan from ID-Ghana. The previously granted loan was duly repaid.

In this group: Gifty, Doris, Lovelace, Regina, Nina, Helen

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