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September 26, 2019 | Last Modified: 2019

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The Inle horse club, a social enterprise, was established in Myin Sar Khun village, Nyaung Shwe Township, Southern Shan State. The company is providing relaxation and horse-riding-training by using local horses. The company was recognized in the innovative tourism product and awarded by the Product and Package Innovation Competition (PPIC), an initiative of the Business Innovation Facility (BIF) funded by UK aid.

Responsibility

The Inle horse club is working with the local community helping them to enhance the employment opportunities of local horse trainers and offering a unique experience of Inle. The core business is to aim at preserving the endangered local horse-species as well as create the eco-tourism business opportunity of the region.

Business Case

The Inle Horse Club has contributed to an initiative of protecting the environment through the"One Tourist One Tree" which promotes green tourism and environmental awareness in the area by encouraging each tourist planting a tree in every purchasing at the property. Additionally, The Inle Horse Club is also supporting and generating income to the local community by providing job opportunities not only for horse trainers but also administration staffs to take care of horses as well as local carpenters and artist to build the horse carriage and decorate horse carts.

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The Inle horse club, a social enterprise, was established in Myin Sar Khun village, Nyaung Shwe Township, Southern Shan State. The company is providing relaxation and horse-riding-training by using local horses. The company was recognized in the innovative tourism product and awarded by the Product and Package Innovation Competition (PPIC), an initiative of the Business Innovation Facility (BIF) funded by UK aid.

The Inle horse club is working with the local community helping them to enhance the employment opportunities of local horse trainers and offering a unique experience of Inle. The core business is to aim at preserving the endangered local horse-species as well as create the eco-tourism business opportunity of the region.

The Inle Horse Club has contributed to an initiative of protecting the environment through the"One Tourist One Tree" which promotes green tourism and environmental awareness in the area by encouraging each tourist planting a tree in every purchasing at the property. Additionally, The Inle Horse Club is also supporting and generating income to the local community by providing job opportunities not only for horse trainers but also administration staffs to take care of horses as well as local carpenters and artist to build the horse carriage and decorate horse carts.

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