Cement building block production

Isaac Asakuwah

Cape Coast, Ghana

Funds disbursed

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Entrepreneur

Name

Isaac Asakuwah

Member since

May 2015

On-time repayments

303 installments  •  33%

About Me

Am Isaac Asakuwah from Central Religion,Ghanaian by birth. I started basic education at the age of 7years.Through diligent study I gained admission into senior high school. Currently I am reading a programme at university of cape coast as distance student.I have four brothers and three sisters.My junior brother is in university and I have to help my parent to take care of him.I relized that engaging in credit transfer(airtime)and sale airtime recharge cards is a lucrative business so I enter into it in order to generate revenue to cater for myself and my younger brother.where I live is a peaceful and hospitable environment. I like snooker and table tennis.

My Business

I have credit cards and transfer at Cape Coast,Ankaful opposite Roman Catholic Church.I chose to do this business because this business is one of the fastest growing lucrative business in Ghana because every 9 people out of 10 people use mobile phone and internet modem which require credit recharge cards. Where I stay people find it difficult to get credit cards and transfer to buy and they are in high demand too.my typical cost is $250 and my typical revenue is $100-150 monthly.i use some of my profit to help my junior brother at school and to pay tax as credit vendor.

Project Proposal

1. I will used some of the money to buy cements.
2. I will also used it buy new mould so that the block will look nice and more attractive.
3. Then the rest of the money to pay for the workers.
Thank you.

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Project Info

Project Type

Pay It Forward

Disbursed amount

$26.97

Date disbursed

Aug 12, 2022

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $1.27

Pay It Forward contribution: $3.92

Backers

Jacqueline Gathoni

Nairobi, Kenya

Lukman Yussif

Cape Coast Central Region, Ghana

Diana Adzamani

Nkwanta, Ghana

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