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Donor/Partner: Australian Water Partnership (AWP) | Duration: 2017-2018 | Location: Myanmar About: The Ayeyarwady River and its basin is home to some 70% of Myanmar's population. Rapid economic development in recent years has led to increasing demand for water for irrigation, industrial purposes and household uses, as well as continued interest fro...
Project - The Myanmar Healthy Rivers Initiative (MHRI) project focuses on Myanmar's two iconic rivers: the Ayeyarwady, a "working river" at the heart of Myanmar's national prosperity; and the Thanlwin, a transboundary river with large potential for development, shared with China and Thailand.Objective The aim of the project is t...
Background ICEM  - the International Centre for Environment Management was established in 1999 to help governments and communities build capacity in the sustainable use of natural resources and maintenance of environmental quality. ICEM works in Asia, especially the Mekong countries, and focuses on climate change, water resources, bi...
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​Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar – March 9, 2018: Framework to assess river health in Myanmar presentedAs Myanmar develops, pressure on the country's rivers is increasing. With limited data available to inform management decisions, sustainable development of these key national resources is challenging. In response, the Myanmar Healthy Rivers Initiative (MHRI)...
Source: The Global New Light Of MyanmarDate: 22 January, 2018​In a bid to facilitate the mooring of vessels and ships to the Mandalay port, authorities will start work on the Mandalay waterway improvement system in February. This is one of the three programmes that is a part of the ayeyawady Integrated River Basin Management Project. It is bac...
Source: ICEM, http://icem.com.au/The Salween and Ayeyarwady are Myanmar's largest rivers and provide a home and livelihood to millions of people. As the country develops, the relationship between the rivers' stakeholders and the underlying biophysical systems changes. New stakeholders are emerging with new values and needs and are placing new deman...
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