Georgina Bruce-Appiah is a 42-year-old mother of four. She lives with her family in a rented apartment in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Her daughters are training to be nurses and her son works as a commercial driver.
Georgina trades used clothing and sells bed sheets. She purchases her inventory from the capital city, and plans to use her loan so that she can buy in bulk and increase her inventory and sales. With fully-stocked shelves, she knows that she'll be able to reach more customers and earn more money for her family. She is eager to improve their quality of life.