A loan of $2,250 helped a member to buy groceries to sell.


Sorlimor Group's story

Lucy, in her early thirties, is married and the mother of two children who are in school. She supports her family by running a business. She buys groceries from the market and sells them from morning to 6 p.m. daily. Lucy is able to make a good profit each month. She is so happy with Kiva's support and she believes her business will grow more with it. Lucy is so thankful to everyone who supports her group. Lucy has been in this business for nine years. This will be Lucy's sixth loan request via ID-Ghana. She used the previous loans, which she repaid successfully, to buy more groceries for her business. Lucy earned profit, which she used to reinvest, build a house and to cover part of their school fees and household expenses. She will use her new loan to buy groceries to sell. Lucy and the other Sorlimor group members will hold each other accountable for paying back the loan amount of 7,700 GHS.

In this group: Harriet, Mary, Lucy, Rebecca, Elena, Diana, Hilda, Gladys, Rebecca
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