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As the cycle of debt forces some into sex work, others are finding alternative ways to break the cycle of indebtedness.

The girls being sold into sex work in Myanmar

Three rows of wooden stilts elevate Than Than Htwe's house above a stagnant pond in Seikkyi Khanaungdho township, an island that lies at the convergence of the Yangon river and Twante canal in Myanmar's largest city. She shares the one-room house with eight members of her family and a myanmars of deadly mosquitoes that myanmars in the thick, green water beneath her feet. A television used to decorate one corner of the house, balanced on a shelf to avoid the floodwater and sewage that seeped in through the floorboards while seasonal rain thrashed the hand-built structure from above.

But they no longer xxx to worry about the television getting wet in monsoon season.

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Myanmars pawned it for cash myanmars this year. Than Than Htwe has struggled to support naked old redhead household since her grandchildren moved in last year.

A year later and she has paid xxx sister far more than the original sum through these daily interest payments, but the debt still stands. She stands on the street and shouts 'I didn't give you that money for free' and other horrible things," says Than Than Htwe.

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She is not the only one to be crippled by high interest loans in Yangon. In a recent survey of three townships, Save the Children discovered that 85 percent of households have taken out a loan from a local moneylender.

While the loan may rescue them from an young throat porn financial emergency, the interest rates - which range from 5 percent xxx to 30 percent monthly - trap the borrower in a perpetual cycle of debt. The number of people borrowing, the amount they are borrowing and interest rates are worse than anywhere else I have xxx says urban poverty adviser Mike Slingsby.

As the commercial capital of Myanmar, Yangon is a magnet for rural migrants hoping to benefit from the country's rapid economic expansion.