A loan helped a member to purchase more jewelry and sell it to customers far from her town.


Negba Peace Group's story

Mrs. Regina is the representative of the group called Negba Peace. She is married and the mother of one child dependent.

The group members sell jewelry, eggs, yam, rice, shampoo and corn dough.

Mrs. Regina been selling jewelry for six years. She gets her products from the local jewelry producers in her are. She wants to purchase more and sell it to customers far from her town. She normally supplies to women in the market on a cash basis. The demand from her customers is so much that she needs financial assistance to buy more and sell to her customers.

Mrs. Regina wants to use her profits for reinvestment and also continue supporting her home and her child's education. She hopes to expand her business and better care for her family and, above all, to prepare for her child's future. In the photograph, she is standing in the middle.

In this group: Regina, Comfort, Joan, Josephine, Doris



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