Stockholm Environment Institute recently launched the Chindwin Futures book. SEI has been working for several years in the past to the work in Chindwin River Basin in general and leading to write this book with big support of Myanmar Environment Institute (MEI). What's ...
LEAP, shorthand for the Low Emissions Analysis Platform, is a powerful, versatile software system for integrated energy planning and climate change mitigation assessment. Developed at SEI US, LEAP (originally the Long-range Energy Alternatives Planning System) continues to evolve and improve. LEAP i...
Myanmar Water Journal (April-August 2021) Welcome to the April-August edition of the Myanmar Water Journal. Providing you the latest news, insights, opportunities, and events from the Myanmar water sector.Spotlights for News based on Water ThemesApril-August Newsletter will be filled with:...
Latest Updates From Various Sources 4 September 2021 - Relief Web This map illustrates satellite-detected surface waters over the Boga, Yangon regions and Mon state, surrounding the Gulf of Martaban, Myanmar as observed from a Sentinel-1 image acquired on 1 September 2021 at 05:55 local time. Within...
The relevant documents should be submitted before Sep 30, 2021. The Young Water Diplomats Program provides diplomats and professionals with a background in foreign affairs, international relations or international law with relevant and up-to-date knowledge about water, the various challenges water r...
Background Myanmar's city of Yangon is the largest financial and commercial centre. It accounts for about 50% of the country's industrial capacity, and is the seat of education, art, culture, healthcare, tourism, research and development. Population growth and rapid urbanisation ...
The ASEAN and the EU will be organizing the "4th ASEAN-EU Cooperation and Scholarships Day 2021." In this virtual event, ASEAN, the EU, their respective Member States, education institutions/agencies will showcase both EU-ASEAN development cooperation projects and higher education opportunities...
Local aid groups and volunteers say they have led rescue efforts in Mon and Kayin states   28 July 2021 - Source: Myanmar Now - Junta-controlled authorities have offered no help as floods have inundated homes in southeastern Myanmar, leaving at least hundreds without shelter in the Mon State ca...
The call for applications for the 2022 Fellowship Programme is open until 24 September 2021  Objectives  The United Nations – Nippon Foundation Fellowship provides Government officials and other mid-level professionals from developing States with advanced training on ocean affairs and the ...
Event - 18-29 October 2021 — Online Learning from each other, sharing experiences, and inspiring action is a critical way for water and sanitation operators to improve their services and enrich the lives of the people they serve. A spirit of collaboration and solidarity is at the heart of the Global...
Towards a future federal democratic system where working people can flourish  2 July 2021 - Source: Transnational institute - This primer is about 'the 5Rs' and land and natural resource politics. The 5Rs is a set of five principles: Recognition, Restitution, Redistribution, Regeneration, and R...
The principal users of The Sphere Handbook are practitioners involved in planning, managing or implementing a humanitarian response. This includes staff and volunteers of local, national and international humanitarian organisations responding to a crisis, as well as affected people themselves. The H...
Despite progress in access to sanitation across the East Asia and Pacific region in recent years, over 360 million people still do not have access to basic sanitation services. Sustainable Development Goal 6 calls for safe sanitation for all by 2030. With this background, UNICEF is organizing a Regi...
UNDP and the Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) have partnered to establish small grants program that will enable young indigenous people to access small financial grants to facilitate their work. Depending on the scale of their projects, the grant recipients will receive fund from 2500 to 3500 USD...
8 June 2021 - Source: The Third Pole - The Third Pole explores how the military coup will affect Chinese-backed dams along Southeast Asia's last free-flowing river Plans for seven Chinese-built dams along the Salween River have been a source of friction for Myanmar and China for some time. Prior to ...

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