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  • Today we had our inception workshop on the river bank and bed erosion project Ayeyarwady river at Nyaungdon (Myanmar). very successful thanks to active participants who learned us a lot!. Also well organised by the Arcadis Myanmar team led by Tanya Huizer.

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  • River bed and bank protection Project at Nyaungdon Myanmar: Proud on our team and Myanmar counterparts. Fantastic first step together during todays Inception Workshop.

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  • Capacity building by Arcadis for Myanmar Young Water Professionals (YWPs) SOBA6: Basics of Community consultations and real practice! Active role play: consultation at Nyaungdon township. Nice participation in their roles as fisherman, boat owner, sand mining company, village head, GAD officer, consultant etc.
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    Integrated Ayeyarwady Delta Strategy (IADS) - Phase A by Ms. Tanya Huizer, IADS, Arcadis, Netherlands at World Water Day 2018, NayPyiTaw, MyanmarThe project objectives are development...
    Integrated Ayeyarwady Delta Strategy (IADS) - Phase A by Ms. Tanya Huizer, IADS, Arcadis, Netherlands at World Water Day 2018, NayPyiTaw, MyanmarThe project objectives are development of a future vision for the Ayeyarwady Delta, development of an integrated strategy for the Ayeyarwady Delta, capacity building, development of adaptive development pa...
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    Step by step together for the Ayeyarwady Delta from Dec 2016 to Dec 2017 in a 2min video!

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    Overview IADS Project
    Activities in the framework of the IADS project from Dec 2016 until December 2017
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    Capacity Building on Deep Sea Port Development Opportunities in Myanmar

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    A successful workshop by Michel Oosterwegel, Master student from TU Delft and intern port development at Arcadis, was held at the Embassy of the Kingdoms of the Netherlands in Myanmar. He presented...
    Capacity Building on Deep Sea Port Development Opportunities in Myanmar

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    A successful workshop by Michel Oosterwegel, Master student from TU Delft and intern port development at Arcadis, was held at the Embassy of the Kingdoms of the Netherlands in Myanmar. He presented the objectives of his research, which aims to gain insights with respect to deep sea port developments and site selection in Myanmar, through meetings with stakeholders, field investigations and case studies of three deep sea ports under development in a bottom-up approach; and to develop a site selection framework for application to Myanmar's coastline to end up with an optimum site and useful guidelines and recommendations and explained the objectives:

    1. Presentation of key findings research on deep sea port development in Myanmar,
    2. Gathering of views and opinions from stakeholders for research: stakeholder-inclusive approach,
    3. Introducing ecosystem services as sustainability approach in port development,
    4. Bring stakeholders on port development together.

    And the benefits:

    - Insights for you as stakeholder in deep sea port developments at this moment, and access to research results when finished,
    - Introduction of an easily accessible tool for prioritizing criteria in decision-making projects,
    - Having a voice into site selection and port developments, by valuing criteria and ecosystem services,
    - Opportunity to speak with a broad range of stakeholders related to the port sector in Myanmar.

    The attendees were high level persons from the different department of government, private sectors and the academic institutes. The workshop was valuable and effective because it brought everybody together and created opportunities to share their experiences, knowledge and opinions and to join forces on port development sector in Myanmar. All attendees, were divided in four groups: they participated actively and willingly in both sessions of the workshop,

    1: Ecosystem services
    2: Site selection criteria for sustainable deep sea port development- focused locations: Kyauk Phyu, Pathein, Yangon, Mawlamyine & Dawei.

    Michel, Master student from TUDelft and Intern Port Development at Arcadis, said "the workshop was successful, really supportive and informative for his research". He added that the government sectors are very helpful and willing to provide necessary data sources and to share the experiences and conditions of deep sea port development in Myanmar. He recommended to start asking more open questions during conversations between the local stakeholders. The financial investments are one of the biggest challenges for the deep sea port development in Myanmar, he considered personally.

    "This kind of workshop benefitted us to evaluate the concepts that should be priorities to be valued most for the country's development in sustainable ways," said Daw May Soe Aung, Assistant Director, Department of Marine Administration, Myanmar.

    "This workshop considerably advanced the knowledge sharing between the different organizations about the port sector development in our country as it brings the authorized persons all together to this workshop," said Prof. Daw Sanda Naing, Head of Port and Harbour Engineering Department, MMU. She added "The cooperation between the government, business stakeholders and the academic institutes should be prioritized and MMU is well-prepared to contribute the country's development in related sectors by doing projects and research if the opportunity to involve deeply is taken into consideration. If sustainable financial support can be provided by government, MMU will be able to contribute to the country's development substantially."

    A potential next step for next year is to organize a port of the future serious game. We will keep you posted.

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