Nora Ama Bansah and her daughter, Doris, live in Adaklu-Waya in the Volta region. Doris is a bright young woman and upon finishing high school, she wanted to further her education, but financially, Nora could not afford it. However, determined that her daughter would receive tertiary education, Nora attained financial assistance from Bayport Savings and Loans with an education loan.
Doris completed the six-month course and received a certificate as a Medicines Counter Assistance from the School of Medical Health, which is endorsed by the Pharmaceutical Council of Ghana. And she is now gainfully employed at the Peki Government Hospital in Volta.
“Without Bayport’s financial assistance, my daughter would not be where she is today,” Nora stated.