Corporate Responsibility

Our corporate social responsibility is not limited to our philanthropic efforts. We consider that paying our taxes, reducing our environmental footprint or offering good, safe, and rewarding working conditions are part of our corporate social responsibility. We strive to meet high ethical standards, and you can find out more about our approach here

TMH endorses the following frameworks to structure its corporate reporting:

The table below highlights our priorities regarding the SDGs:

SDG Explanation Results
We aim to create good careers opportunities for our people. We also believe TMH can play a critical role for developing Myanmar economy.
  • 306 people are working for our Group
  • 23 people were recruited last year
Building infrastructures which will fuel and facilitate the operations of our tenants is our core business.
  • The infrastructures we build and maintain contribute to sustain Myanmar economic development
  • 60 telecom towers were built
  • 2,000+ km of optical fiber were installed
  • 69 million of top up cards were manufactured
Building a sound and corruption-free society is a key to fuel Myanmar development.
  • 0 tolerance approach to corruption
  • 1 breach confirmed regarding our business ethics principles

Embracing transparency

TMH is also committed to enhance the quality of its corporate disclosure and to embrace transparency.

In 2018, TMH contributed to a joint initiative led by the SECM, DICA , YSX and the support of IFC which objective was to assess the current practices of Myanmar companies regarding corporate governance against the ASEAN Corporate Governance Scorecard (ACGS). During the launching ceremony of the report published by the SECM, YSX, DICA, and IFC, Dr Nang Lai Yi Soe took part on a panel discussion to share TMH’s feedback.

The report is available here https://secm.gov.mm/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/MCG-Scorecard-English-Layout-High-Res-9-April_FINAL.pdf

Pwint Thit Sa is a project undertaken by the Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business and Yever.
It is the only ranking in Myanmar assessing the transparency of Myanmar companies. In the last edition, TMH’s reached the 15th rank compared to 18th in 2018. Among listed companies, TMH’s achieved the 3rd rank out of 5.

You can read the report here https://www.myanmar-responsiblebusiness.org/pwint-thit-sa/2019.html

Corporate Philanthropy

We gave MMK 19 million to various charitable initiatives last year. We donated 7,750,000 MMK to the Daw Khin Kyi Foundation, and 550,00 MMK to the NLD AIDS Center to support the people suffering from AIDS. Our main contribution (8,300,000 MMK) aimed to support the victims of floods.

Non-financial data

More information can be foud in our Annual report that can be downloaded here

KPIs Unit  Value (FY 18-19) GRI Standard SDGs
BTS
Number of clients for BTS services Number 3 GRI 102 SDG 9
Number of BTS constructed Number 60 GRI 102 SDG 9
Number of BTS maintained by TMH Number 800 GRI 102 SDG 9
Number of people connected to mobile network Number 422,400 GRI 102 SDG 9
Number of people connected to high speed mobile network Number 120,000 GRI 102 SDG 9
Number of performance issues / service disruptions % < 1% GRI 416 SDG 9
Customer satisfaction rate % > 99% TMH SDG 9
Number of awards Number 4 TMH SDG 9
FFTX / Broadband
Number of clients for optical fiber services Number  >10000 GRI 102 SDG 9
Number of optical fiber installed GT km  >2000 GRI 102 SDG 9
Number of optical fiber installed Other km 15 GRI 102 SDG 9
Number of housholds connected Number  >9000 GRI 102 SDG 9
Number of business connected Number  >1700 GRI 102 SDG 9
Data capacity (bandwidth) GBPS 14 GRI 102 SDG 9
Customer satisfaction rate %  > 95% TMH SDG 9
Mobile
Number of cards produced Number 69,125,480 GRI 102 SDG 9
Number of downloads of the mobile app Number 20,000 GRI 102 SDG 9
Number of awards Number 1 TMH  –
KPIs Unit  Value (FY 18-19) GRI Standard SDGs
Tax
Commercial tax MMK 446,993,558 GRI 201 SDG 8
Corporate Income tax MMK 218,422,241 GRI 201 SDG 8
Stamp duty MMK 2,968,800 GRI 201 SDG 8
Personal Income tax MMK 16,986,597 GRI 201 SDG 8
Donation
Amount of philanthropic activities MMK 1,400,000 GRI 203 SDG 8
Business ethic and responsibilities
Number of potential breach reported Number 1 GRI 205 SDG 16
Number of breach Number 1 GRI 205 SDG 16
Training hours provided to BOD members Hours 50 GRI 404 SDG 8
Number of BOD member trained Number 3 GRI 404 SDG 8
Transparency
Pwint Thit Sa Rank Number 15 TMH
KPIs Unit  Value (FY 18-19) GRI Standard SDGs
Work Place
Total number of headcount Number 306 GRI 102 SDG 8
Number of women Number 87 GRI 102 SDG 5
Number of managers / engineers Number 138 GRI 102 SDG 8
Number of female managers / engineers Number 27 GRI 102 SDG 5
Number of staff / supervisors Number 64 GRI 102 SDG 8
Number of female staff Number 35 GRI 102 SDG 5
Number of workers / employees Number 104 GRI 102 SDG 8
Number of female workers Number 25 GRI 102 SDG 5
Number of expatriate Number 4 GRI 102 SDG 8
% of local employee % 99% GRI 102 SDG 8
Number of departures Number 34 GRI 401 SDG 8
Number of resignation Number 32 GRI 401 SDG 8
Number of termination Number 2 GRI 401 SDG 8
Staff turnover (%) % 10% GRI 401 SDG 8
Employee engagement (satisfaction) % 90% TMH SDG 8
Training
Total training hour Hours 1,544 GRI 404 SDG 8
Total number of people trained Number 102 GRI 404 SDG 8
Average training hours provided to each trainee Hours 15 GRI 404 SDG 8
Training expenditure MMK 12,500,000 GRI 404 SDG 8
Working Condition
Number of accidents Number 0 GRI 403 SDG 8
Absenteism rate % 6.8% GRI 403 SDG 8
Frequency rate % 0 GRI 403 SDG 8
Fatality rate % 0 GRI 403 SDG 8
Talent Development
Total number of new hires Number 23 GRI 401 SDG 8
Number of women recruited Number 9 GRI 401 SDG 5
Number of promotion Number 17 GRI 405 SDG 5
Number of women promoted Number 9 GRI 405 SDG 5
KPIs Unit  Value (FY 18-19) GRI Standard SDGs
Energy
Electricity  consumption kWh 3,700 GRI 302 SDG 12
Waste 
Waste produced Kg 3,800 GRI 306 SDG 12
Waste recycled Kg 1,200 GRI 306 SDG 12