A loan of $1,075 helped a member to buy foodstuffs to sell to customers.

Top Class 2 Group's story

The Top Class 2 group consists predominantly of women. They are on average 47 years old with two children. They all live in Chorkor, one of the neighborhoods of Accra, and became acquainted through neighborhood ties.

Group members are small retail merchants dealing in all kinds of foodstuffs, underwear, cassava dough and gari (cassava flour).

To increase their stock supply, the group decided to work with ID-Ghana and are in their fourth group loan cycle.

Irene has a great reputation at selling foodstuffs. She intends to use her loan to buy foodstuffs to sell to customers from the wholesale market.

Irene hopes to achieve with this loan a good monthly profit to be reinvested in the business. She aims to buy a plot of land for residential use through her relationship with ID-Ghana.

In this group: Abla, Rebecca, Gifty, Irene

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