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Jun 29, 2016 3:17 EST

Ghana: A portion of Grace To Grace Group’s $3,825 loan helps a member to buy foodstuffs, ingredients, fish, meat etc for the preparation of food at her restaurant.

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 29, 2016

Grace To Grace Group

 
 
 
Mankessim, Ghana / Restaurant
 
 
 
Borrower image
 
 

Grace To Grace Group’s story

Janet (the woman in the deep blue top on the left side in the picture) will use her new loan to expand her business. She will use her part of the loan to buy foodstuffs, ingredients, fish, meat, etc to prepare more food for sale in her restaurant business and also open a new branch . With this, she will be able to expand and employ unemployed women in her community. Janet is taking another loan to enable her to increase her customer base and also change her family’s condition with part of the profit from her business. Janet thanks her Kiva lenders for their generosity.

In this group: Janet, Sarah, Gladys
*not pictured

 

 

 

 

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This loan is special because:

It enables low-income Ghanaian entrepreneurs to generate monthly cash flows.
 

 

Newton Nthiga
Kiva staff

 

More about this loan

The loan is designed to help low-income entrepreneurs located in Ghana. The loans will be used to finance a wide range of business activities that generate monthly cash flows. Entrepreneurs will use Kiva funds to finance their working capital, business inputs as well as asset finance. By supporting this loan, you’ll be enabling the borrowers to grow their businesses and improve their livelihoods.
 

About ASA Initiative FNGO:

ASA Initiative is a Micro Finance Institution based in Cape Coast, Ghana, and operating in the Central Region of Ghana.

They target loan products to several sectors, with the majority of loans classified as general small business loans. They have also added a mixture of higher-impact and higher-risk loans that could be expanded through Kiva funding, including green loans and agriculture loans.

 

 

A portion of Grace To Grace Group’s $3,825 loan helps a member to buy foodstuffs, ingredients, fish, meat etc for the preparation of food at her restaurant.

 

 

Contact Information:

Grace To Grace Group

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