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So what does it mean to be a new country scout?
Immediately he went to the website and chose to join the new international growth group after he read about the organization's powerful work. So what does it mean to be a new county scout? No. To be a new countryscout means to be professional, motivated and well-connected. During my first three week in the countryside I worked in a room in a motel and drove a Honda roller to the fields every day.
Today I still devote a great deal of my spare minute to the fields, study the markets and see if our strategies make business sense. 3. However, it can be difficult because now I am also interviewing applicants to set up our Myanmar based teams and I am in charge of offices and administration that need to be done when I return from the camp.
Pilots are small, so often they have a broad spectrum of tasks, but we also work on many new and thrilling tasks at the same time..... it's a compromise! Here peasants cultivate mainly during monsoons, and during droughts they cultivate seeds such as seeds and seeds. Four month ago I came here to take off for the flight.
We are particularly interested in increasing the viability of smallholders by increasing earnings and reducing borrowing overhead. Myanmar's peasants grow many different cultures, but the most frequent harvest in the Bago area where we are is paddy-ripe. Unfortunately, the low harvests and high labour prices meant that the harvest was not very viable for the local people.
That is why we are running a fertiliser credit programme at low interest levels to enable growers to make higher returns by improving their country's agricultural production. What is the Myanmar crew doing? So I' m on the road with our farm manager and our sales representatives every day.
Coming by our city offices, you would see Joseph, my fellow Burmese agriculturalist who is working on our Burmese culture syllabus, and Gloria, our bookkeeper, who is going to close the March book and set up our CRM system. There are similar bases: 70 per cent of the local people are very low yielding peasants who are paying very high interest to buy equipment for their holdings.
Unlike many of our clients in East Africa, most of Burma's peasants are not struggling to produce enough to support their family year-round. Unfortunately, however, the farmers' operations do not generate enough profit to enhance their lives and provide sufficient income for them. Growers are highly dependent on very high interest rates to meet the cost of subsistence between harvest.
It is very efficient in transforming the life of African peasants and it is an exceedingly worthwhile endeavour to be part of it. We are hoping to do the same with Burma peasants. "My slogan today is "Success is in the details". In many cases, an ideas on the hardcopy makes good business sense and looks highly attractive, but failed in the fields due to basic logistics such as "farmers can't read" or "you can't transport 200 kilos of fertiliser on a motorcycle".
I think it is this continuous back and forth between the pitch and the drawboard that has made the organisation outstanding in its work. Put your passions in your case and learn Burmese! However, in all earnestness, if you are interested in a careers that combine rigour with a little venture and great effectiveness, I strongly advise you to apply for a job in our new coaching group.