​10 Dec 18 - Source: Myanmar Times - The clearing of rubbish from alleys in Yangon resumed again last week in the townships of Kyeemyindaing and Tamwe following a temporary suspension of the work due to the monsoon season, says the Yangon City Development Committee's Department of Pollution Con...
​Myanmar Water Journal - December 2018Welcome to the December edition of the Myanmar Water Journal. Providing you the latest news, insights, opportunities and events from the Myanmar water sector.Spotlights for NewsDecember Newsletter will be filled withMyanmar Water and Waste Water Infras...
In this session we will highlight some of the results as well as showcase the measuring tools that were tested and demonstrated in the projects. These pilots will provide policy-makers and other stakeholders with many inspiring and useful ways to gain access to more data and...
​A business mission led by SWA to Myanmar from 27th Nov to 1st Dec was organised with the aim to promote understanding of the water supply and waste water treatment facilities in the country This is held in collaborations with relevant key Government authorities and Industry groups, to better unders...
​Although rainfall stations continue to be an irreplaceable source of data, satellite-derived products provide valuable additional information on spatial patterns and remote sites where no stations are present. Thanks to Google Earth Engine, these data products are now publicly available and can imp...
 Myanmar Water Journal - November 2018Welcome to the November edition of the Myanmar Water Journal. Providing you the latest news, insights, opportunities and events from the Myanmar water sector. Spotlights for NewsNovember Newsletter will be filled with Signing Ceremony of Partners ...
​On the 26th of November, WWF Myanmar invited government organization, private companies for the introduction of the new updated version (5.0 Version) of Water Risk Filter, a free online tool for wastewater assessment. Felipe Coelho Costa, the technical leader from WWF Germany, explained the tool, d...
​Myanmar is a huge market for water and wastewater sector among Southeast Asian region. Additionally, Myanmar is facing the challenge of waste water treatment in industrial sector but also technical training for the future generation."One of the key challenges that registered industries are facing i...
​26 Nov 18 - Source: Myanmar Times - Experts, health advocates and stakeholders gathered recently to observe World Toilet Day, earlier this month to take a stock on toilets in restaurants and food stalls in the country, especially in Yangon.Daw Phyu Phyu Tin, owner of the Monsoon Restaurant in ...
26 Nov 18 - Source: Myanmar Times - The government body in charge of developing an ambitious new Yangon city project has reached the final stage in negotiations with China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) in preparing pre-project documents (PPD).Launched by the regional government in ...
​In developing countries including Myanmar, urban water security is still one of the great challenges under the Sustainable Development Goals. Fast-growing urban population creates high demands for urban water consumption. Integrated approaches are necessary to ensure that the management, developmen...
Dutch expertise to support Yangon’s water management | The Myanmar Times Yangon’s regional government will receive support to tackle challenges regarding urban water and water logistics by a coalition of Dutch companies and organisations. The companies signed an agreement with the authorities to imp...
​14 Nov 18 - Source: Myanmar Times - German companies will be travelling to Yangon, Nay Pyi Taw and Mandalay to explore Myanmar's market focusing on water and wastewater infrastructure and a conference on the topic is hosted by the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) a...
​One of the very successful Water & Wastewater Industry Show series organised by UBM Asia, VietWater is the largest trade-show organiser in Asia. VietWater 2018 started from Nov 7 to 9 after MyanmarWater event in October. More than 450 exhibitors from 38 countries and regions welcomed to the int...
This is the summary of meetings with Water Sector lead agencies in Yangon noted by Dr. Piet Filet, when he was in Yangon from Wednesday 10 to 19 January 2018. He met with government, university, business and international collaborators for a common theme raised with colleagues was a w...

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