U Ko Ko Latt was tired of living away from his wife. By working with IFDC’s Dry Zone Agro-Input and Farm Services Project, funded by LIFT Myanmar, Ko Latt was able to expand his business and clientele. Now he and his wife work for the business full time and can finally start building a family.

Through public-private partnerships, our work in Myanmar helps build the capacity of small business owners to supply small farmers and Department of Agriculture officers with tools, training, and technology to become more productive and more profitable.

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