Avsi Myanmar

Avi Myanmar

According to AVSI, the challenge of development is to enable the person to commit to services that meet real needs. Current projects: A holistic farming paradigm. Agro-industrial employment accounts for almost two-thirds of the country's labour and is the primary resource for livelihoods. Some of the major issues related to this industry are: low farming efficiencies, inadequate appropriate pricing mechanisms, restricted availability of loans and low selling prices of raw materials. Farmers' hardships are increasing because of a shortage of resources that forces them to rely on external funding and, in the worse case, to loose their lands.

There are many abandoned orphans in these places, especially in the community of Myaungmya, as well as many needy kids from impoverished backgrounds who are not able to provide their children's education themselves.

International-AVSI Voluntary Services Federation

AVSI believes that the key challenges of evolution are to enable the individual to commit to a service that meets actual needs. The AVSI refers to this link as "the last mile" to close the gulf between people and infrastructures. The AVSI is committed to supporting the social doctrine of the Catholic Church, with particular emphasis on the educational and promoting the overall worth of every individual.

In our opinion, the best way to create harmony is to promote the people' s and their organisation' s wellbeing. Farmersield School, providing agricultural input and agricultural machinery, boring flat and underground pipe wells, water and sanitation, CBO reinforcement, women income generation, Taunggyi, Loilem and Pekhon Townships, Southern Shan State, Loikaw Township and Demoso Township, Kayah State,

Myanmar AVSI Foundation

The AVSI has been active in Myanmar since 2007, working in the fields of farming and educational with the assistance of community and global partnerships. Our personnel in charge of managing and conducting our operation consists of 40 locals, 50 assistants and 2 Italians. No. 190/192, 6-A, Dagon Tower, corner Shwe Gon Daing Road and Kabar Aye Pagoda Road, Yay Tar Shay Ward, Bahan Township, Yangon.

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