Project BackgroundLien AID is a Singapore based non-profit organization collaborating with Myaungmya Township Department of Rural Development (DRD) to improve technical solutions for water and sanitation access under its WASH Tech Action Research pilot programme. In 2020, the focus will be on testing and developing more efficient, low-cost rainwate...
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SCOPE OF ENGINEERING SERVICESThe services required will be encompass 2 phases:Phase 1: Development of construction drawings based on the assessment of project villagesThe completion and submission of construction documents based on a detailed assessment of the 2 project villages and performance requirements set by Lien AID. The documents shall incl...
Expected Start Date 15th June 2020 End Date  30th September 2020 for Phase 1 to 3 (Should phase 4 be awarded, the contract will end on 31st January 2021) Proposal submission deadline 29th May 2020, 1pm Myanmar time Interviews 1st – 5th June 2020 About the project Lien AID is collaborating with township departments in Myaungmya townshi...
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အခြေခံပညာဉီးစီးဌာန၊ ကျေးလက်ဒေသ ဖွံ့ဖြိုးတိုးတက်ရေး ဉီးစီးဌာန နှင့် လီယန်အိဒ် (Lien AID) တို့မှ ပြည်သူလူထုစီမံခန့်ခွဲသော ရေရရှိရေးအစီအစဉ်မှတစ်ဆင့် အကောင်အထည်ဖော်ခဲ့သော ရေနှင့် ပတ်ဝန်းကျင်သန့်ရှင်းရေးဝန်ဆောင်မှုများအားကျေးရွာ ၅ ရွာမှ ဒေသခံ ရပ်မိရပ်ဖများနှင့် ကျောင်း ၂ ကျောင်းမှ ကျောင်းအုပ်များထံ လွှဲပြောင်းပေးအပ်ခဲ့သည်။လူဉီးရေ ၃၈၃၃ဦး တို့သည် ခြောက်သွ...
Department of Basic Education, Department of Rural Development, and Lien AID handover water and sanitation services established through the Community Water Management programme to villager leaders and school administration from 5 villages and 2 schools 3,833 people have convenient and affordable access to sufficient drinking water during the dry se...
Source: The Myanmar TimesDate: 23 March 2018​Singapore's Lien AID has been improving the health and well-being of remote communities in Asia by providing potable water and sanitation since 2006. The charity has been able to mobilise funds and technical skills to be able to deliver drinking water and sanitation services to 2800 villages, 270 schools...
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