A loan of $1,075 helped a member to buy yams and fish to fry and sell to customers.


Ekomefeemo Group's story

The Ekomefeemo Group consists of three people from the same neighborhood. They sell fried fish, fried yams, fresh fish, and kenkey (cooked corn paste). The representative for the group, Gladys, is standing on the left in the picture. This is the sixth time that this group has sought financial support from ID Ghana, seeking to raise the level of their business activities.

Gladys is 51 years old and single. Her children are grown up and are living on their own. Gladys lives alone in a family house.

To take care of her household needs, Gladys has been selling fried yams and fish for seven years.

Wanting to reinforce her business and better respond to customers' demands, Gladys is requesting a sixth loan, along with the other members of the Ekomefeemo Group. All previous loans have been repaid in full.

In this group: Gladys, Fofo, Sarah
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