A loan of $1,950 helped a member to buy gold from the mining town in Ghana to make jewerly.


Negba Group's story

The Negbe group is made up of eight people who reside in the same locality. They are selling grocery, jewelry, cloth, gari (cassava flour), energy drinks, soap, underwear, fish and cosmetics.

James, who is the leader of this group, is the one standing at the far right in the photo. James is 56 years old and is married to a woman named Regina. The couple has grown-up children who are on their own. James lives with his wife and his grandchildren. He is responsible for the household expenses. James attended school to the secondary level. For twelve years he has been a goldsmith who molds and sells jewelry in his region. James buys the gold from the mining town in Ghana. Hoping to build up his business and better answer the demands of his customers, James requests a loan from ID-Ghana with the other members of Negbe group.

In this group: James, Agnes, Susuana, Margaret, Gloria, Joyce, Boga, Patience
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