A loan of $675 helped a member to buy and sell rice, gari (cassava flour) and second hand clothing from door to door.


Women Of Gold Group's story

Gloria (54 years old) is the featured member of the group, Women of Gold. She lives in the Teshie-Accra, Ghana.

She is a businesswoman selling rice, gari (cassava flour) and second hand clothing from door to door. She has been in this business for 5 years and it has been the main source of income for the family. She has one child to take care of.

It is not easy to take responsibilities for herself and child. Gloria's business brings good income and that is why she is requesting for this loan to stay in this business and make more money. She is in urgent need of money to buy stock of her rice, gari (cassava flour) and second hand clothing so that she can save money for herself and child.

The group, Women of Gold, was formed by women of common interest sharing similar economic background to get a loan. The loan will help them to buy inventory for their variety shops, which are the main source of income for their families.

In this group: Gloria, Margaret, Sylvia, Leticia



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