A loan of $750 helps a member to cover migration related costs until Aye's daughters can send back their salaries to the village.


Kyauk Myay – 9 (D) Group's story

This village group is located in Myingyan, a famous township with abundant groundnuts and sesame production.

Nan, Aye, Thin, Thin Thin, and Thin Thin K are loan customers of the group. The man wearing a smile on his face, first from the left in the picture, is the featured borrower of the group. Aye is 54 years old and he is blessed with two daughters. Both of his daughters are independent. With the support of this loan, his two daughters will migrate to Yangon, and work as a sales people. They will purchase bus tickets and the rest of the money is for their parents to use before the farm crops can be sold and the income from the daughters can be sent back.

In this group: Nan, Aye, Thin, Thin Thin, Thin Thin K


This loan is special because:

It increases a young person’s earning potential and improves livelihoods for the whole family.

Mark McDonagh, Kiva staff

Mark McDonagh
Kiva staff



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