Meet Daw Cho. A 42 year old mother of two daughters, she lives in Thanlyin, Myanmar, and is also a village CBO member of Thanlyin ADP. As her primary income, she sells clothes in the local village, which isn't enough support her family. Through the funded projects was able to pay her debts and save up for repairing and upgrading her house from a primitive bamboo structure to a wooden building. Read her story on our website
Her business not only allows her to almost finish repairing the house, but also support her elder daughter with school and tuition fees. Her husband also brought a motorbike from the Village CBO (village development group) to work as a motorbike taxi for an extra income.
She also takes care of children from the village whose parents are sick. So that’s a story from a woman who could provide for her family and save for the future after proper training.