Total loan: $6,500

Myi Ni Gone Village Group

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Kungyangon, Yangon Region, Myanmar (Burma) / Agriculture

Myi Ni Gone Village Group's loan finished fundraising,
but these similar borrowers just need a little more help to reach their goals!

A loan helped to purchase fertilizer and farming equipment.

Myi Ni Gone Village Group's story

The fund will help 30 village customers. Pictured above are the members from Myi Ni Gone Village, named as Thaung, Thin, Nwe, Thae and Cho. Thaung (second from left), the featured borrower, is 46 years old and married with a child. He owns 11 acres of a crop farm and as well plants betel leaves and beans. He used to raise ducks for savings. Proximity loans will help Thaung to purchase fertilizer and gas for cropping machines. This year's crop goal for Thaung is to increase the development and improvements vs. last year. He has been in the crop farming business for over 25 years. Thaung's life goals are to be rich and have his his child educated. Myi Ni Gone village is located in Ayeyarwaddy River in Myanmar Delta Region, and the group has five CBO members overseeing 30 village customers. The village has a population of over 900, and mainly focuses on crop farming. As a secondary business, the villagers plant seasonal vegetables and raise livestock.