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Swanyee has a plan to participate in poverty reduction process to be in line with MDGs and National Plan for Rural Development & Poverty Reduction, and also to be in line with Swanyee mission ...... More Detail

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"Starting Swanyee’s Smile of the Poor Program"

Swanyee has a plan to participate in poverty reduction process to be in line with MDGs and National Plan for Rural Development & Poverty Reduction, and also to be in line with Swanyee mission. We formulated to provide clothes (old or new), stationery, and other necessary items for poor families and students.
1-the poor families and students in Kachin State
2-the poor families and students in 16 villages in neighboring area of
Meinmahla island in Bogalay Township.

Donors can put their name, logo and information on the commodities they provide. Swanyee also will donate clothes, stationery, and other basic necessary items for beneficiaries, and Swanyee will contribute staff per diem & staff travel cost for the proposed activities.

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Swanyee has finished its shelter activities partnering with UNDP, UNHABITAT, CARE and CPWG. Swanyee constructed more than 2000 shelters, and repaired embankment in over 50 villages in Giri affected area. Swanyee also has extended in Partnership (UNDP, CARE, SWISSAID, RI, UNHABITAT, Eco Dev and so on).The geographic area also has been extended from Delta to Dry Zone, Southern Shan State, and Rakhine State. We are implementing in the Livelihoods improvement and environmental projects in Bogalae Tsp and Gwa Tsp in Rakhine.

Implemented Project with Care

Sr.no

Township Village Tract Village Totally Partially Beneficiary
1 Myebon Kyauk Nga Nwar Kyauk Nga Nwar 5 24 Male=1275
2   Shauk Chon Shauk Chon 5 24
3     Kyant Hin Khar 5 24
4     Kyar Inn Taung 10 52
5   Yoe Sa Nwin Myaing Thar Yar 15 75
6     Taung Gyi 3 17
7     Oke Kan 19 91 Female=1436
8     Taung Shey 1 3 Total=2711
9     Din Gar Ya 6 32
10     Wet Yu 11 57
11     Yoe Sa Nwin 12 65
12     Maung Chaung 2 6
13     Taung Pyin 2 9
14     Nat Hla 3 17
15     Poe Thee 1 4

Implemented Project with UNDP

Sr.no

Township Village Tract Village Totally Partially Beneficiary
1 Myebon Laung Da Yeik Tha Yet Kone 41 1 Male=1305

Female=1670

Total=2975

2   Laung Da Yeik Ah Myet Hwet 82 12
3   Pyaee Chaung Min Chaung 82 89
4   Chin Kyat Shin Taung 120 48
5   Sin Kyat Sin kyat 68 33

Implemented Project with UNHABITAT for CERF Fund

Sr.no

Township Village Tract Village Totally Partially Beneficiary
1 Myebon Yet Chuang Yet Chaung   200 Male=470

Female=630

Total=1000

Ongoing Project With CPWG

Sr.no

Township Village Tract Village Totally Partially Beneficiary
1 Myebon Daing Pone Sub Township 25 villages 195 500 Male=1633

Female=1842

Total=3475


     
     
     
     
   

Environmental Protection Activities

Swanyee Development Foundation are implementing “Environmental Protection Activities” in Delta Region. Swanyee was founded since 2006, we had some environmental related concept.

Swanyee did assessment at 10 villages together with ADRA Myanmar for environmental protection at southern most of Delta.

Our implemented project in Southern part of the Bogalay Township. It includes 6 villages and one of these is Kan Seik Village in which Swanyee is implementing a Cyclone Shelter cum School, a Jetty and 20 shelters funded by Norwegian People’s Aid. Swanyee’s activities in this area are Biodiversity Conservation, Environmental Protection and Income Generation.

     
     
   
     

Swanyee’s activities include rehabilitation mangrove and wind break trees to reduce the impact of the disaster as well as environmental protection and biodiversity conservation.

And we will establish home gardens for the income generation and food security for the most vulnerable people.

It is also included to educate the community for the CBDRM to evacuate in the disaster.

And to increase social dealing among the villagers and increase social network among the villages.

As an ongoing project, Swanyee, Eco Dev and Banca are implementing the MEALS Project. It covers Mein Ma Hla Island and surrounding 36 villages in Bogalay Township. And project enhance Community Forest and Livelihoods of the region.

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First Donation of Swanyee in Rakhine State

The heavy flooding and landslides that began June 13, 2010 have exacerbated an already critical situation in Northern Rakhine State.
Families have been forced to evacuate from their homes, and so, they have no basic household utensils. There are so much needs such as clothes, foods, housing, buildings, bridges and roads which are severely damage because of winds and rains.
Therefore, Swanyee Development Foundation tries to aid the beneficiaries as soon as possible. Swanyee announces the invitation for donation especially clothes through the email and phone. So many individuals, UN organizations, International NGOs, Local NGOs and business send clothes to us.
Swanyee organizes the donations, systematically lists down and packs these materials. With the coordination of RCA, a local NGO, which have experience in Rakhine State, Swanyee sends the packages to three villages of Date Pa Village Track in Pone Nar Kyun Township.
With the Cooperation of Swanyee and RCA, valuable assessment is made. According to the assessment, needs are clarified as health awareness, jetty, life board, health centre, school, pond renovation and small bridge are still needed.
Swanyee will try to help the beneficiaries of any location within its capacity if there is no assistance from donors.

     
 
     

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Fifth Anniversary of Swanyee Development Foundation