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Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business

The Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business is an initiative to encourage responsible business activities throughout Myanmar. The Centre is a joint initiative of the Institute for Human Rights and Bus...

The Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business is an initiative to encourage responsible business activities throughout Myanmar. The Centre is a joint initiative of the Institute for Human Rights and Business (IHRB) and the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR). Based in Yangon, it aims to provide a trusted, impartial forum for dialogue, seminars, and briefings to relevant parties as well as access to international expertise and tools. The Centre facilitates dialogue and processes aimed at building national and local capacity and partnerships on business and human rights related issues. MCRB has also undertaken research and published sector-wide impact assessments on the oil and gas, tourism, and information and communications technologies (ICT) sectors.

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Myanmar Engineering Council (MEC)

  1.   Government Organisations
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Myanmar Engineering Council is to hold dominant the safety, health and welfare of the public. It is located in Lawmadaw, Yangon and their vision is driven by qualified Myanmar engineers, graduate tech...

Myanmar Engineering Council is to hold dominant the safety, health and welfare of the public. It is located in Lawmadaw, Yangon and their vision is driven by qualified Myanmar engineers, graduate technicians and technicians. There are keys person in Myanmar Engineering Council: Dr. Charlie Than who received his Doctorate in the field of Marine Technology with distinguished Public services including twenty-six years’ experience in the field of inland water transport, shipbuilding, shallow draft Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering, Dr. Cho Win Maw who graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the Rangoon Institute of Technology in March 1977. He joined the Ministry of Industry in 1978 as an assistant engineer at the chemical plant, the Sittaung paper mill and U Khin Maung Sai who is an alumnus of university of Missouri at Rolla, USA and hold MSCE post graduate Civil Engineering Master Degree since year 1989.

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Myanmar Engineering Society (MES)

MES is a professional civil society established with the aim of enabling engineers and architects to participate with their utmost capability, using their expertise for the development of architecture...

MES is a professional civil society established with the aim of enabling engineers and architects to participate with their utmost capability, using their expertise for the development of architecture as the base and all-round development of other sectors of economy as well. MES provides services by conducting many technical seminars and training courses to develop the capacity of engineers, technicians and skilled workers. MES participates in the work of various organizations of national or regional level to assist with technical advice and capacity building. It also cooperates with many regional and international organizations.

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Myanmar Environment Institute (MEI)

MEI is a non-governmental organization that emphasizes on integrated approach for students committed to studying and solving environmental issues. It holds a certificate course for Environmental Scien...

MEI is a non-governmental organization that emphasizes on integrated approach for students committed to studying and solving environmental issues. It holds a certificate course for Environmental Science and Management every year which offers three-month compulsory core module course in environmental studies.

MEI has also signed the MOU with the Geography Institute of Cologne University, Germany to establish a path for young Myanmar graduate students to continue their education for "International Master Degree for Environmental Science" and so on.

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Myanmar Industrial Port

  1.   Companies
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Myanmar Industrial Port (MIP) Container Terminal and Inland Container Depot of Myanmar Annawa Swan-er-shin Group (S) Co Ltd (MAS) was formally opened on 4th January 2003. This national, privately-own...

Myanmar Industrial Port (MIP) Container Terminal and Inland Container Depot of Myanmar Annawa Swan-er-shin Group (S) Co Ltd (MAS) was formally opened on 4th January 2003.

This national, privately-owned port was founded with the guidance and assistance of the Head of State. The ministry had permitted private entrepreneurs to undertake port services in cooperation with local and foreign investors, as long as the services are in accord with the Myanmar Investment Law. MIP was built with MAS as the sole investor, with MAS funding and overseeing the port construction and operations 100%.

MIP's main business is the handling of containers and other port services on an international level. It has been incredibly successful at what it does; expanding tremendously in just over a decade. It has also diversified and expanded its portfolio with many new ventures and assets.

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Myanmar Institute for Integrated Development (MIID)

MIID is a non-profit institute based in Yangon, Myanmar. They work in collaboration with government, communities, local CSOs/NGOs, international organizations, and technical specialists to strengthen ...

MIID is a non-profit institute based in Yangon, Myanmar. They work in collaboration with government, communities, local CSOs/NGOs, international organizations, and technical specialists to strengthen capacities, governance processes, knowledge bases, and intervention models for integrated development. Their aim is to promote participation and inclusion of ethnic communities in Myanmar’s economic, social and political transition by supporting a people-centered and sustainable approach to economic and social development.

International partners of MIID are: Cornell University (New York), DANIDA, GIZ, International Centre for Environmental Management (ICEM), International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD), International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Livelihoods and Food Security Trust Fund (LIFT), OXFAM, UNICEF, WFP, and Winrock International.

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Myanmar Maritime University (MMU)

  1.   Knowledge Institutes
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MMU is one of the most selective universities in Myanmar as many of its students find job opportunities abroad. It is located in Thanlyin in the outskirts of Yangon and is the premier university of ma...

MMU is one of the most selective universities in Myanmar as many of its students find job opportunities abroad. It is located in Thanlyin in the outskirts of Yangon and is the premier university of maritime education in Myanmar. It offers 6-year bachelor's degree programs and two-year post-graduate diplomas in various marine and naval disciplines. In 2007, the school had about 1,800 graduate students, pursuing international STCW-95-standards compliant maritime education. The minimum entrance mark is 491 out of 600 in 2010.

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Myanmar Water Community of Practice

  1.   Community of Practice
  2.    Public
The Myanmar Water CoP stimulates peer-to-peer knowledge exchange and learning between local and international water experts and empowers local ownership. It becomes a Body of Knowledge and - as a coll...

The Myanmar Water CoP stimulates peer-to-peer knowledge exchange and learning between local and international water experts and empowers local ownership. It becomes a Body of Knowledge and - as a collective - will act as a Facilitator and Connector to help water experts to be part of the process.

The CoP provides a connection between existing groups and provides a key place for water issues related matters to be considered, discussed and resolved.

Key functions of the CoP are:

  • Sharing information on specific water management issue through expert meetings and seminars
  • Providing commentary and critique on key water programs in Myanmar such as flooding and river transport
  • Influence decision makers and identify critical gaps and opportunities
  • Elevate the issue of specific water challenges into a broader planning context

As the Myanmar Water CoP is driven by local ownership, it focuses on the water challenges as presented by the local experts. This offers a unique and valuable insight into the issues that really matter to people locally, who owns them, what approaches are considered, how these are prioritised, etc. International experts participate at the invitation of the local hosts.

 

 

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Myanmar Water Partnership (MmWP)

Myanmar Water Partnership (MmWP) is one of the Country Water Partnerships (CWP) of the GWP Network. It is one of the country members of the Global Water Partnership - South East Asia (GWP-SEA). It lia...

Myanmar Water Partnership (MmWP) is one of the Country Water Partnerships (CWP) of the GWP Network. It is one of the country members of the Global Water Partnership - South East Asia (GWP-SEA). It liaises with its partner organisations composed of governmental departments, agencies, services, academic and research institutions, business, social entities, professional associations, NGOs and water users in the water sector and its related management areas. It is made up of all GWP partners in Myanmar and who abide by the GWP network principles and values. The principal objective of MmWP is to promote the Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) approach in Myanmar so as to ensure the sustainable management of water resources.

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Myanmar-Netherlands Water Roadmap

  1.   Water Hub
  2.    Public
The Dutch water sector in Myanmar collaborates under the Myanmar-Netherlands Water Roadmap 2017-2018 program, providing a comprehensive and integrated framework of activities that aims to further deve...

The Dutch water sector in Myanmar collaborates under the Myanmar-Netherlands Water Roadmap 2017-2018 program, providing a comprehensive and integrated framework of activities that aims to further develop the bileteral water partnership through knowledge sharing, education and training.

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Myint & Associates Offshore Supply Base (M&AOSB) Limited

  1.   Companies
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Myint & Associates Offshore Supply Base Ltd. ( M&AOSB ) is a subsidiary of Myint & Associates Co. Ltd and a member of the MPRL E&P Group of Companies. It is the first privately owned M...

Myint & Associates Offshore Supply Base Ltd. ( M&AOSB ) is a subsidiary of Myint & Associates Co. Ltd and a member of the MPRL E&P Group of Companies. It is the first privately owned Myanmar company to conduct business as a service contractor in the oil & gas sector of Myanmar since 1989. Since its foundation, M&AOSB has proven itself to be a leading service provider and a specialist service contractor for a broad range of services specifically tailored for international oil companies and their main contractors operating in Myanmar. M&AOSB is developing a worldclass offshore supply base in Nga Yoke Kaung.

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National Engineering & Planning Services (NEPS)

  1.   Companies
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NEPS is a private company incorporated in Myanmar since 1998 specializing in planning, design, construction and engineering consultancy. NEPS offers professional services in the following fields from ...

NEPS is a private company incorporated in Myanmar since 1998 specializing in planning, design, construction and engineering consultancy. NEPS offers professional services in the following fields from the identification or prefeasibility stages through final design to construction and commissioning: Irrigation and water management, Drainage and flood control, Water supply and treatment plant, Hydraulic structures, Hydropower and water resources development, Hydrological studies, Soil investigations and foundation treatment, Roads and rural infrastructures ( including bridge and jetty ), Industrial and residential buildings, Pile and pile foundation design, Surveying, land-subdivision and landscaping, Environmental and social impact assessment of infrastructure development project.

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National Water Resources Committee (NWRC)

  1.   Government Organisations
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The committee will draw up and implement an integrated water management system, and develop a national integrated water management strategy, a national water resources policy, a water framework direct...

The committee will draw up and implement an integrated water management system, and develop a national integrated water management strategy, a national water resources policy, a water framework directive and a water law. It is seek ways to earn revenue by utilizing water resources, set up a water resources decision support system and databank, promote international collaboration on water sectors and establish a water resources trust fund.

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Nazava

  1.   Companies
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Nazava is a social enterprise that aims to provide safe drinking water to everybody everywhere by selling the best and most affordable water filters. Worldwide 1.6 billion people drink water that is c...

Nazava is a social enterprise that aims to provide safe drinking water to everybody everywhere by selling the best and most affordable water filters. Worldwide 1.6 billion people drink water that is contaminated with bacteria from feces (e-coli). Others spend hundreds of dollars per month on boiling or buying water. We at Nazava believe that a small action can become a big change for the better. read the founder story of Nazava


Our water filters are designed to make your life easier and healthier. Nazava filters are designed in the Netherlands and remove 99.99% of bacteria from the water which means you can be assured that your family stays healthy. Nazava water purifiers store 16 liter of safe drinking water which means that you will never run out of safe drinking water. All the materials we use are virgin and food contact safe so you do not need to worry about BPA.


Our filters are so easy to use that they can be operated by a child. No need to worry about the price, our filters are very affordable and can save you hundreds of dollars a year. Our filters are being used by over 100,000 customers worldwide, so what are you waiting for? Order your Nazava water filter today


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Neighboring Countries Economic Development Cooperation Agency (NEDA)

Thai public organization that cooperates with the neighboring countries in economic and social development to expand trade and investment opportunities among Thailand and its neighboring countries. Re...

Thai public organization that cooperates with the neighboring countries in economic and social development to expand trade and investment opportunities among Thailand and its neighboring countries. Regarding the future direction, NEDA will promote the project to develop the special economic zone in Dawei, Myanmar, which will link the production network/value chains in the region and will help expand ASEAN trade to South Asia and the West. NEDA is also in partner with ADB and JICA.

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Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO)

  1.   Government Organisations
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The Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO), called Nederlandse Financierings-Maatschappij voor Ontwikkelingslanden N.V. in Dutch, is a bilateral private-sector development bank based in the Hag...

The Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO), called Nederlandse Financierings-Maatschappij voor Ontwikkelingslanden N.V. in Dutch, is a bilateral private-sector development bank based in the Hague, the Netherlands. It is licensed as a bank, under the supervision of the Dutch Central Bank.

Our role extends beyond financing, as we help businesses to operate and grow transparently in an environmentally and socially responsible manner. We do so by investing time, capacity and resources in further understanding how their business and industry – and thus our financing – affect the welfare of local people and the surrounding environment.

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New Yangon Development Company Limited (NYDC)

  1.   Companies
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The New Yangon Development Company Limited (NYDC) is an entity incorporated under the Special Companies Act and was established to undertake the development of the New Yangon City. NYDC is 100% owned...

The New Yangon Development Company Limited (NYDC) is an entity incorporated under the Special Companies Act and was established to undertake the development of the New Yangon City.

NYDC is 100% owned by the Yangon Regional Government and tasked to develop 20,000 acres of land west of central Yangon across from Kyeemyindaing as a Phase I into an urban industrial district that will initiate creation of 2 million jobs.

The vision of New Yangon City is to be a safe, smart and clean city that will serve as an example of efficiency, integrity and accountability.

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Nuffic

  1.   Knowledge Institutes
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Nuffic is the Dutch organisation for internationalisation in education. It is an independent, non-profit organisation based in The Hague, the Netherlands. Nuffic plays an important role in fostering i...

Nuffic is the Dutch organisation for internationalisation in education. It is an independent, non-profit organisation based in The Hague, the Netherlands. Nuffic plays an important role in fostering international cooperation in education between the Netherlands and other countries.


Nuffic is part of the Dutch education field. Its goal is to support Dutch institutions and the Dutch government in internationalisation activities. The focus of its service lies in the Netherlands, even though its mission extends beyond that. Nuffic cooperates with foreign partners, institutions and governments. The organisation dedicates itself primarily to the Dutch knowledge economy, but at the same time it stimulates capacity building in developing countries.


The project “Capacity building in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) inMyanmar” is funded by Nuffic and implemented by TU Delft, Unesco-IHE and Deltares and will be half way in August 2017. In those first 2 years’ staff of two universities (YTU and MMU) are strengthened, curricula and courses of the universities in Water Resources Engineering are adapted and new type of educational methods are introduced. This capacity building project is being conducted parallel with other projects of the Dutch water sector in Myanmar.

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Oxfam International

Oxfam is an international confederation of 20 organizations working together with partners and local communities in more than 90 countries. One person in three in the world lives in poverty. Oxfam is...

Oxfam is an international confederation of 20 organizations working together with partners and local communities in more than 90 countries.

One person in three in the world lives in poverty. Oxfam is determined to change that world by mobilizing the power of people against poverty.

Around the globe, Oxfam works to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and thrive. We save lives and help rebuild livelihoods when crisis strikes. And we campaign so that the voices of the poor influence the local and global decisions that affect them.

In all we do, Oxfam works with partner organizations and alongside vulnerable women and men to end the injustices that cause poverty.

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Pact

A nonprofit international development organization founded in 1971, Pact works on the ground in nearly 40 countries to improve the lives of those who are challenged by poverty and marginalization. We ...

A nonprofit international development organization founded in 1971, Pact works on the ground in nearly 40 countries to improve the lives of those who are challenged by poverty and marginalization. We strive for a world where all people are heard, capable and vibrant.

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