A loan of $6,550 helped to purchase seeds, petrol for farming machines and hire workers during harvest time.


Kha Lout Tayar Village Group 1's story

The funds will help the group of 30 members from Kha Lout Tayar Village. The featured borrower, Tin, is 47 years old and married with four children. She is very proud that all of her children chose their careers well as teachers and computer engineers. She has thirty acres of crop farm where she and her husband work every day. As a secondary business, the family also plants nipa palms, betel leaves and sells firewood as well. The loan will help her purchase fertilizer and pay for hiring the workers to help on the farm during the harvest season. As cropping covers the family's basic costs, she is very proud of doing this even though it's very tiring sometimes. Tin and her husband plan to open a computer repair shop for the engineering son in the future, so that they would be able to cover most of the expenses.

Pictured above are the CBO leaders, named Tin, Tin M, Than, Khin and San. They oversee 30 members of Kha Lout Tayar Village Group 1. With the funds, the group aims to purchase crop seeds, fertilizers and gas for cropping machines.

Kha Lout Tayar Village is located in the Myanmar Ayeyarwaddy River at Delta Region and they mainly focus on crop farming. They also plant betel leaves and seasonal foods for additional income.



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