CSR & Community Donations


One of the most frequest requests received by MYTCL is that for storage containers for the personal use of villagers, monasteries and other uses for water. MYTCL typically tenders out the sale of the numerous containers purchased for use on site that contain an assortment of liquids, but always keeps aside a number for outside donations. (5) IBC Tanks for storing water were gifted to  the Ayegone Village Monastery in Salingyi Township, Sagaing Region on the 30th of january, 2015.


The Kyun Yin Hill Monastery underwent extensive repairs in February of 2015, and were completed on the 21st of the month. Cracked walls were repaired and fortified, toilets cleaned and reformed for longevity and general maintenance to the monastery was complated through the CSR/CSD contingency fundings remaining from the 2014-15 budget for village assistance and infrastructure projects.


The 2014-15 Community and Social Development Plan, operated by MYTCL and funded by both the Company and its partner MEHL, has driven forward and experienced successful progress since the beginning of the year. This year's budget was changed from an annual calendar year to a financial year that commences in April of each calendar year. In doing so, additional works were completed but not included in the year's budget of $500,000 USD. These were funded directly by MYTCL and not shared by partners MEHL.
The MYTCL committees, spearheaded by the Company's CSD Team, engaged in assisting the direct and indirect impacted villages with local requests for assistance in regards to infrastructure such as roadways, fences for schools, religious building repairs and renovations, school and library construction and many others. Lengthy plans had been in action since November of 2013 and finalized in January of 2014 with the villages agreement on the most beneficial projects for the region. Special Cash Donations were also recommended by the Regional Authorities to be distributed to the Aged who resided within the directly impacted villages of MYTCL. Authorities extracted the cash from MYTCL in the form of a donation and distributed these funds according to their own census of the area. Scholarships were also managed through the Regional Government Authorities, and funds were requested from the CSD/CSR annual budget of MYTCL and MEHL to be distributed according to the Regional Government's decisions on those qualified to receive support.

Currently the 2015-16 CSD/CSR Plan is in progress and will be finalised before the end of May 2015.




dscf2671Access Road Repair Project between Aye Kone and TharYarKone villages in the Salingyi Township

Upon special request of the village Monks and Administrators this project was completedon the northern side of Letpadaung copper mine site. This road was originally constructed by villagers and had become badly damaged due to weathering and erosion making it very difficult to access, especially in the rainy season. Myanmar Yang Tse Copper Limited was quick to reply to this request and construction began before the onset of the 2012 wet season.
The equipment required for this repair was extensive and began on the 22nd of July and finalized on August 15th of 2012.
One 2m3 excavator was operated by MYTCL employees for 8 days, one 50ton loader for 14days and four 20ton dump-trucks for 20 days
Backfilling earthwork consisted of 2600m in length and a 4m width.
The project had a total value of 9,400,000 kyats (22,864 FEC).

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