A loan of $1,025 helped a member to buy firewood from the villagers and sell it in the city.

Bleama Tesaa Group's story

The Group Blema Tesaa (rock of Ages) is made up of six members. The group representative is named Deborah. The members of this group all live in the same neighborhood and sell retail goods such as firewood, cloth, slippers and bags.

Sixty-year-old Deborah did not attend school. She is single with one dependent child who is receiving an education and who lives under his mother's care. Deborah is responsible for the various expenses of her household. In order to provide for her family, Deborah has been selling firewood for the past 12 years. This business generates revenue that helps her to meet her various needs as well as those of her child. Deborah buys her supplies from the villages.

This will be the third time she has sought a loan from ID-Ghana, along with the other members of the Blema Tesaa Group. This loan will help her grow her business and increase her revenue. The first two loans have been paid back in full.

In this group: Deborah, Faustina, Borley, Mabel, Naomi, Afua

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