Cho (first from the left in the picture) is from Gyo War Kyauk Ye Su-2 (A) Village Group, in Pyapon Township. She represents the other 3 members in this village group named Nay, Kyaw and Zaw.

Cho is 31 years old, and is a married woman with two young children. For a living, Cho raises pigs and ducks and also farms betel plantation while her spouse works as a daily worker. Cho has 70 ducks and this coming Kiva loan will be used to purchase the necessary quality duck feed that is vital to boost duck egg production.

Pyapon Township is located in the Ayeyarwaddy Delta Region in Myanmar. Many of the villagers focus on fishing and farming (especially paddy rice). Betel and other seasonal fruit plantations and livestock businesses are also common as secondary income sources for them.

In this group: Nay , Kyaw , Cho , Zaw

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This loan is special because:

It supports economic growth for an entire village.

A loan of $600 helped a member to purchase the necessary quality duck feed.

 

0% paid back as of June 2017