A loan of $3,150 helped a member to buy wholesale fish from fisherman to sell to her customers.


Jehovah Shamah 2 Group's story

Meet the members of the Jehovah Shamah 2 group, who are from Chorkor-Accra, a city in Ghana. They are all local entrepreneurs who sell provisions, fried yams and fish.

This marks their fourth loan from ID-Ghana, a partner of Kiva; they are requesting GHS 9,500 in total. With the help of this loan, they will be able to expand their respective businesses, make more sales, and consequently improve their living conditions.

Regina is the featured leader of this group. The 63-year-old married businesswoman has two children who depend on the family. In business for 34 years, she sells fish. With her share of this loan, Regina will buy more wholesale fish from fisherman to sell to her customers.

The group members will hold each other responsible for the repayment of the loan.

In this group: Boye, Diana, Comfort, Joseph, Regina, Atsele, Rose



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