A loan of $1,475 helped a member to buy goats and yams from the villages to sell in the city.


Onua Do 2 Group's story

The Group Onua Do 2 ("There is Love in Togetherness") is made up of four members. The group representative is named Bernard. The members of this group all live in the same neighborhood and are into goat, yam, wax-print, provisions and slippers businesses. Thirty-three-year-old Bernard attended school to the secondary level. He is married with three children, who are receiving an education and who live under their parents' care. Bernard is responsible for the various expenses in his household. In order to do this, Bernard has been selling goats and yams for the past nine years. This business generates revenue, which helps him to meet his various needs, as well as those of his family. Bernard gets his supplies from the villages. This will be the fifth time he has sought a loan from ID-Ghana, along with the other members of the Onua Do 2 Group. This loan will help him grow his business and increase his turnover and revenue. The previous loans have been paid back in full.

In this group: Mercy, Bernard, Martha, Celestina
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