Inventory for my drug store

Frank Damoah

Berekum, Ghana

7% repaid

Entrepreneur

Name

Frank Damoah

Member since

April 2015

On-time repayments

245 installments  •  48%

About Me

My name is Frank Damoah. I come from Berekum in the Brong Ahafo Region in Ghana.I am 26 years of age. I am the second born among the four children that my parents have. I attended my basic school at Akab Complex. I furthered my education at Saint James Seminary Secondary School which is also situated at Sunyani Municipality. I completed my tertiary education at the University of Ghana and read physical science. I am a bit chocolate in complexion. I am about 5ft 11inches tall. My hobbies are singing and playing basketball. I also spend a bit of my leisure time reading books or playing video games. My favourite dish is rice garnished with green vegetables. Pork is also my favourite meat

My Business

The name of my pharmaceutical shop is ‘Happy pharmaceutical shop,’ this pharmaceutical shop is located in my locality which is Jemdede. Among the four villages which are far away from my community, it is the only community which has well recognizes licensed chemical shop. This is always attract other communities to travel from their villages to purchase drugs from my shop to their home towns as prescribe by qualify personnel’s. I started operating this licensed chemical with an initial amount of Gh.800 cedis only and purchase some of the drugs also too on credit bases. My chemical shop is serving my community and the nearby towns most and some of the drugs I sell under the approval of the Ghana food and drugs board are condoms, palatine tablets, paracetamol, lonart tablet, benelyn cough mixture, etc

Loan Proposal

I need a loan of about $952 to invest in my drug store. I need $150 to buy cough mixtures, $70 for multi-vitamins, $85 for folic acid, $315 for arthemeter/Lumefanrtrine (a very good anti-malaria drug approved by the Ghana Health Service), $105 for dewormer, $90 for Gentamicine (effective for eye problems),
$120 for maintenance at the pharmacy and $17 for cotton wool and plasters. Serving people at the pharmacy shop and a news of sick people being cured is something that I love to hear on daily bases. This is the reason why I make sure , the shop is stock with drugs that people in the community need everyday. I make good sales with these drugs
and I can repay the loan as expected of me. I hope my dear lenders help me into making this dream a reality. Thank you.

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Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount

$972.61

Date disbursed

Nov 20, 2017

Repayment status

Late

Projected term

31 months

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $26.46

Lenders

G

guenter

Bremen, Germany

ads68

Melbourne, Australia

Bobrm2k3

Charleston, United States

T

TryingAndFailing

St Paul, United States

Freewolf

Salt Lake City, United States

M

Michiel

Zoetermeer, Netherlands

Flipmore

Vancouver, Canada

R

Ruj-ura

Thailand

S

Stephan

Netherlands

H

Hazel

United Kingdom

JA

Jared Anthony

CT, United States

V

Vivek

Arlington, VA, United States

MR

Michiel Rauws

San Francisco, Netherlands

Yvonne

Berlin, Germany

JA

Jan Andresen

Hamburg, Germany

JA

Jason and Sandra

Toronto, Canada

TO

Thomas O'Neil

United States

D

Dalton

San Francisco, United States

P

Petra

Switzerland

Adam Fraser

Cambridge, United Kingdom

Paul Buchheit

Mountain View, United States

A

Anonymous

United States

JG

Jake Gibson and Beverly Picardo

San Francisco, United States

A

Anonymous

United States

M

Mark

United States

AK

Aleks Kovski

United States

Y

Yvonne

United Kingdom

SC

Shane Coughlan

Takamatsu, Japan, Japan

M

Miles

United States

R

Richard

United Kingdom

Jim Murray

United States

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