My food stuff business


Accra, Ghana

Funds disbursed

$0 to go

100% funded of $298 goal


days left




Member since

February 2021

On-time repayments

15 installments  •  53%

About Me

my name is Theresa Akorli, i am from the Greater Accra Region of Ghana, i am married with four children, two boys and two girls. i am a trader in the madina market here in Accra, trading in food stuffs for the past 15 years, and i have about seven workers , working for me .life has not being easy at all as widow straggling to take good care of my children through education and some working now.i need money to put into my business . because of the covid , financial i am having challenges with my business before i was introduce to this community .

My Business

i am into trading , i am trading in food stuffs like , Rice , Beans , tomatoes, onion , gari , oil and many more.and i am located at the heart of the madina market where business is hot , but i am in need of money to buy some certain items i don't have in my shops so that i will maintain my customers for them to run away to another is sweet when the items the buyer want from you you can produce it, but if you are unable to give them what they want next time they will not come. so i need a loan from this community to boot my trade.

Loan Proposal

I am into food stuff , I do sell bags of rice , beans , tin tomatoes oil and many more , we are in the week of Ramadan and I need e loan to buy more goods into my shop , and I will repay back on time as I have always done.

Income Source

I will take money from my business savings account to repay back my loan or from my personal account to repay back my loan , my family and friends can also help me to repay back my loan , but it will not get to that , I will ensure that I repay back my loan on time as I been doing.





Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount


Date disbursed

May 13, 2021

Repayment status


Projected term

4 weeks



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