A loan of $2,150 helped a member to buys rice, beans and salad oil from the market to sell to customers.


Trust In God Group's story

The Trust in God Group is made up of five women who all live in the same neighborhood in Ghana. They are into eggs, wigs, beans, rice, oil, gizzards and batik tie and dye. Celestina is the group representative. She is 46 years old and married to Samuel. Together, they have two children who both attend school, and for whom they are responsible. Celestina and Samuel live together with their children, and both provide for the expenses of their household. Celestina left school at the secondary level and began selling rice, beans and cooking oil twelve years ago. She is very successful with her business, which allows her to provide for her needs and those of her children. She buys rice, beans and salad oil from the market and sells it to customers. She would like to be able to respond better to the demands of her customers, so she has requested this sixth loan, with the other members of Trust in God, from the field partner. This loan will enable them to fulfill their customers' needs and make more profit. The previous loans were fully and correctly repaid.

In this group: Sandra, Cecilia, Celestina, Rita, Priscilla
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