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Female participation in economic life is a tool for empowerment and is an essential component of building strong economies and stable and just societies, increasing sustainable development, and improving human rights and quality of life for women and girls.
This is especially true in Myanmar, a country emerging from decades of military rule.
At BSR, we believe that focusing investor efforts on empowering Myanmar’s female workforce will lead to broader female participation in economic development and ensure that the benefits of investment are felt at the community level.
Hope Street has connected with a local pastor and his wife who are doing their best to make a difference.
Earlier this year, two Hope Street representatives travelled to Myanmar to check out a locally run project which we may get behind.
Myanmar’s Shan State is the world’s second largest producer of illicit opium (after Afghanistan) Opium production is attractive to impoverished farmers as the financial return from poppies is seventeen times that of rice.
In the process of preparation, the 14 class Goodnews Corps Volunteers of Myanmar even said they felt awkward because there was nothing for them to help with. Despite the R seats closest to the stage being high-priced at 5000 kyat, there were no empty seats.
For the church members who came from afar, the brothers and sisters of Yangon Church received 2~4 guests into their as ‘home stay.’ To the church members of Myanmar, this event was a festival, happiness in itself.