A loan helped a member to pay for migration related expenses as well as fertilizer and other farming costs.


Tha Yet Kan (S) – 1 (B) Group's story

The five loan clients in Tha Yet Kan (S) – 1 (B) Group are from Mahlaing. This region is well known throughout Myanmar for its successful cultivation of cotton.

Pictured above are Nyo, Aung, Tin, Than and Tin W. The one in the middle of the picture is Aung, the leader of the group.

39-year-old Aung is a farmer, who grows sesame, pigeon peas, groundnuts, onions and tomatoes seasonally. He lives in Tha Yet Kan village with four family members. His younger sister is a nurse and she is migrating to Mandalay.

With this loan, the migrant’s family is going to pay for migration related costs as well as fertilizer costs and other farming expenses while his sister is away and before she can send back money to support the family.

In this group: Nyo , Aung , Tin, Than , Tin W


This loan is special because:

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



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