CSR & Community Donations

dondaw-medical01The 2014 fiscal year for the MYTCL Projects has come to a close, and the new Community and Social Development, as well as the new Corporate Social Responsibility Programs are in the development stages. Villages have been interviewed that are within the program areas as defined by the regional authorities. Propsed projects have been submitted by the CSD Team elected representatives and reviewed by MEHL, MYTCL, and confirmed as appropriate for social development by the regional Ministry of Mines.

During this development stage, the Mobile Mediacal Team from MYTCL continues in its important village to village schedule, uninterrupted by the ending of the financial year and the commencement of a new budget for the CSD/CSR Programs.



On August 2nd, 2015, the CSD and PR Teams of MYTCL made their way into Monywa to find foodstuffs, rice, cooking oil and any other items that they could gather together to assist with the villagers in the surrounding areas who had been displaced from their homes, and their lives due to the extreme flooding conditions of the region. They spent the day going from one shop to the next, buying all that they could from shops already emptied by a region in despair.The village of Kyeethakya was the first on their list to visit. On August 3rd they were welcomed with open arms and smiles from the villagers amid the disaster that surrounded them all. In the middle of the flooded village the inhabitants came out to greet MYTCL, and to spend the day gathering what they could carry. Tomorrow will be another village just like this one.


Senior Management at MYTCL not only handed out the rescue instructions during the flood crisis of August, but they also pitched in and helped with the organisation, the manpower assignments, vehicles and fuel, some donations on their own behalf, as well as all of the workspaces needed for smooth relief efforts. Ayegone Village received the MYTCL PR Team and CSD Team on August 7th 2015, and the small village of 27 households and 110 inhabitants with a Monastery were provided with 10 bags of rice, cooking oil and a variety of foodstuffs that is estimated to last between 2-3 weeks for each of the families.


hatnaunggone9Priorities change during crisis situations, and when the panic sets in, quite often the whole scenario can become a blur. People rush to and fro in frantic desperation to save those in immediate danger, but the danger lingers on past those initial moments, and does not stop with the setting of the sun.


The next days see the grateful lull in the rise of the rivers, even a drop in the waterline that has engulfed the villages. But now the damages reveal themselves as the silt and mud prove wreckage of the farms, the livestock caught in the surge of waters, and the homes that once were filled with family, now show only the ruin of river mud.

banenwechang8August 5th, 2015 the PR Department and the CSD Team make their way to the next village within the MYTCL region that has been significantly impacted by the rising waters of the Yama Stream and the Chindwin River.
The PR team was met with smiles and eyes filled with amazement that their village had been recognized by MYTCL for donations, as the village is not part of the CSD membership. Nevertheless, the General Manager of MYTCL sent the teams to this village to offer assistance in their time of need.

Strategy Report 2019-2020


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