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Inn Mie

Inn Mie village is about 25 miles to the southeast of Kalaw. It has 150 households with about 600 villagers who belong to the Taung Yoe tribe.  The economy is based on the farming of ginger, garlic and butterfly beans. There were 70 students and 4 teachers in an old school built by the villagers in 1988. The teachers’ bamboo cottage was in bad shape as well as the school. We built a new 60′ x 30′ school and a new teachers’ cottage here.

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During 2020, MBSPF built six new schools in the villages of Kyawe Kan, Pyawetaung, Gwe Tauk Pin, Da Naung Pin, Baw Nin Ywar Thit and Inn Mie. We also built our fourth new rural medical clinic in Kyaut Sint village.

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Building Schools In Myanmar

Committed to building schools and providing educational opportunities for the impoverished children of Myanmar.

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