With the collaboration of the Netherlands Embassy in Myanmar and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Myanmar, the virtual workshop for the scope of the study on mangrove restoration and increasing resilience in the Ayeyarwady delta was held on 24th September 2020. The workshop was conducted to Present the findings from the desk study and stakeholder i...
7 April 2020 - Source: Myanmar Now - A huge majority of people in Myanmar support shutting down wildlife markets to prevent another pandemic, a survey released on Monday by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has found. Ninety-one per cent of respondents in Myanmar said they believed the closure of illegal animal markets would prevent a similar crisis, ...
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The symposium and technical workshop was focused on ongoing projects and international experiences of adapting the environmental flows concept to Myanmar. In the workshop, concrete options and case studies for implementing environmental flows in Myanmar were conducted. The symposium was held for two days on October 29th and 30th, 2019 at Inya Lake ...
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​The Dutch Development Bank will fund the development of potential wastewater treatment projects in the Irrawaddy and Kafue river basins17 Feb 19 - Source: WWF - Like most countries, Myanmar and Zambia are facing worsening water risks with their rivers and freshwater resources under ever-increasing stress. They urgently need to increase private sec...
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, designed to be easy to use by non-water experts to a...
A symposium and technical workshop - The Science and Policy of Environmental Flows in Myanmar was held on 15th August 2018 at Inya Lake hotel by WWF Myanmar.U Cho Cho, chairman of NWRC Advisory Group and Professor Dr. Khin Than Yu, pro-rector of Yangon Technological University gave an opening and welcome speech. Dr. Khin Ni Ni Thein, secretary of N...
Mr. Christopher Bonzi (Hydropower Expert) from WWF presented why environment flows are important and lessons learning from other countries at Symposium - The Science and Policy of Environmental Flows in Myanmar on 15th of August at Inlya lake hotel organised by WWF Myanmar. Your browser does not support PDF viewer Download PDF File Here...
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