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International Centre for Environmental Management is an award-winning independent technical service centre that assists government, private sector and communities to define and implement policies for ...

International Centre for Environmental Management is an award-winning independent technical service centre that assists government, private sector and communities to define and implement policies for sustainable development. ICEM operates through a core of specialists in biodiversity conservation, climate change, water resources management, strategic environmental assessment, and environmental and social economics. In Myanmar, ICEM is currently involved in AIRBM Project, State of the Basin Assessment (SOBA), Package 5 – Sectoral Development.

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Trash Hero Myanmar creates sustainable, community-based projects that remove existing waste, and reduce future waste by inspiring long-term behavior change. We create long-term projects that bring com...

Trash Hero Myanmar creates sustainable, community-based projects that remove existing waste, and reduce future waste by inspiring long-term behavior change. We create long-term projects that bring communities together to remove and better manage their waste, and strategies that reduce the amount of waste being produced in the future. We back up hands-on experience with educational information about the impact that trash has on the global environment.

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Damen is an international shipyard group whose concept is based on what customers want: the best quality, proven designs, short delivery times, low maintenance and excellent resale value. Damen Shipya...

Damen is an international shipyard group whose concept is based on what customers want: the best quality, proven designs, short delivery times, low maintenance and excellent resale value. Damen Shipyards Group is a globally operating company with more than 50 shipyards, repair yards, and related companies − as well as numerous partner yards that can build Damen vessels locally. Since 1969 it has designed and built more than 5,000 vessels and delivers up to 150 vessels annually. With over 30 shipyards and related companies worldwide, Damen is involved in ship construction as well as maintenance and repair activities. It has a wide product range, including tugs, workboats, patrol craft, cargo vessels, dredgers, mega yachts and fast ferries. Product design and engineering are carried out in-house and a broad range of designs is available.

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University of Yangon - Water Hub

 

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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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DHI is an international software development and engineering consultant firm which specializes in hydraulic and hydrological modeling software. While independent, DHI is associated with the Danish Aca...

DHI is an international software development and engineering consultant firm which specializes in hydraulic and hydrological modeling software. While independent, DHI is associated with the Danish Academy of Technical Sciences (da) and maintains a partnership with the United Nations Environment Programme focused on management of water resources. DHI has about 30 offices throughout the world with software development centres in Singapore, Hørsholm, and Denmark.

Our expertise spans across all water environments — from rivers and reservoirs, to oceans and coastlines, to cities and factories. We have a 50-year track record in developing and implementing solutions that meet real-life challenges in water environments world over. So whether you need to save water, share it fairly, improve its quality, quantify its impact or manage its flow, we can help.

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Sino-Myanmar joint venture is called the Upstream Ayeyawady Confluence Basin Hydropower Co., Ltd., or ‘ACHC’ for short. Registered as a company in Nay Pyi Taw in 2010 in order to being together govern...

Sino-Myanmar joint venture is called the Upstream Ayeyawady Confluence Basin Hydropower Co., Ltd., or ‘ACHC’ for short. Registered as a company in Nay Pyi Taw in 2010 in order to being together government and private sector expertise so that could share technical know-how, access to investment, breadth of experience and commitment to socially responsible development.
Not only harvesting the best from the fusion of government and private enterprise, enhancing cross-border cooperation between neighbours is created.These realities are reflected in ownership structure. Myanmar’s Ministry of Electric Power (MOEP) owns 15% of ACHC and one of Myanmar’s largest business groups, Asia World Company (AWC), owns 5%. CPI Yunnan International Power Investment Company Ltd has the remaining 80% shareholding. This combination allows ACHC to create valuable, long-term assets that, after fifty years of operation, will become 100% Myanmar-owned.

 

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We provide advice on sustainable solutions to issues facing the management of our water resources, rivers and catchments, and the communities that rely on them. We are a national leader in design, dev...

We provide advice on sustainable solutions to issues facing the management of our water resources, rivers and catchments, and the communities that rely on them. We are a national leader in design, development and delivery of projects that make a positive impact on our catchments and waterways and the communities that rely on them. We work with corporations, governments, foundations, investors, and communities to generate long lasting environmental, social, and economic benefits. We specialise in providing science-based advice and services to catchment and water-related environmental issues.  We work across both urban and rural sectors.

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Doh Eain is a multi-discipline urban design firm focused on social impact based in Yangon, Myanmar. In a world of rapid urbanisation, we want to make sure cities are beautiful, liveable, inclusive and...
Doh Eain is a multi-discipline urban design firm focused on social impact based in Yangon, Myanmar. In a world of rapid urbanisation, we want to make sure cities are beautiful, liveable, inclusive and sustainable. Founded early 2017, our office brings together skills in community mapping, participatory design, restoration & construction, and space management including property management and cultural programming.
 

We design solutions that improve private and public space in Yangon for the benefit of families, the community and the city at large. Key in our model are Yangon’s home-owners and residents, whom we help to become aware of the value and potential of historical, cultural, social and natural assets in the city and whom we make central agents in our design processes in order to ensure local ownership and impact. Four principles are key to our work: 1) local leadership and user-centeredness, 2) Asset-based and creative, 3) ecological sustainability and 4) financial viability.

Doh Eain is registered as a company and as a non-profit. We rely on and apply a diversified set of financing methods, working with clients, loans and grants for revenue generating and non-revenue generating activities.

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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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AFD’s prioritized sectors are: energy, health, biodiversity, water, digital, training. AFD is also involved in the economic plan for 2017-2018 that was submitted to the Yangon Region Government by the...

AFD’s prioritized sectors are: energy, health, biodiversity, water, digital, training. AFD is also involved in the economic plan for 2017-2018 that was submitted to the Yangon Region Government by the Minister of Planning and Finance. The plan involves strategic development plan for Southwest of Yangon, transportation, industrial zone, and preserving heritage. AFD also signed a Memorandum of Agreement with UNOPS to formalize its participation in LIFT (Livelihoods and Food Security Trust Fund).

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Mandalay Urban Services Improvement Project (MUSIP) aims to improve access to sustainable water and sanitation services in Mandalay, the second-largest city in Myanmar, and to enhance the service prov...

Mandalay Urban Services Improvement Project (MUSIP) aims to improve access to sustainable water and sanitation services in Mandalay, the second-largest city in Myanmar, and to enhance the service provision capacity of Mandalay City Development Committee (MCDC).

The general objective of the project is to assist MCDC in its strategy to turn Mandalay into a Green City, with a particular focus on improved environmental performance, equity in service provision and improved finances. More specifically, the project aims to provide a reliable and sustainable public water service in Mandalay. Another key objective is to improve access to sanitation and reduce the amount of wastewater discharged directly into the environment and to enhance local capacities for public services management.

The project, which results from a feasibility study co-financed by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Agence Française de Développement (AFD), will be divided into three components - aimed at achieving the goals outlined above.

MUSIP supports the AIF objective of promoting a green economy through its contribution to sustainable water resource management, by sustaining the groundwater table, improving the efficiency of water use and reducing pollution. The project will also have a social impact by increasing access to clean drinking water and sanitation. By improving the drainage system in the city, the MUSIP project will also have an environmental impact, by reducing the frequency and intensity of flooding.

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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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The International WaterCentre (IWC) provides education and training, applied research and knowledge services to implement a whole-of-water cycle approach and develop capacity in integrated water resou...

The International WaterCentre (IWC) provides education and training, applied research and knowledge services to implement a whole-of-water cycle approach and develop capacity in integrated water resource management.

 

Integrated water management approach for:

  • Sustainable urban communities
  • Healthy river basins
  • Water, sanitation and hygiene

 

Founded by four leading Australian universities and supported by a network of 170 partners and associates worldwide, the IWC provides a breadth of expertise and experience rarely found in a single organisation.

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Ayer Shwe Wah is one of the largest conglomerates in Myanmar with a diversified portfolio across different business sectors - oil & gas distribution, construction, transportation & logistics a...

Ayer Shwe Wah is one of the largest conglomerates in Myanmar with a diversified portfolio across different business sectors - oil & gas distribution, construction, transportation & logistics and hotels & tourism. Since our founding in 1999, we have been contributing to Myanmar’s economic growth and development.

At the core of Ayer Shwe Group, sustainability through social responsibility is our main priority. Our CSR strategy is centred on four pillars: responsible environment practices, customer relation improvement, continuous employee and community development.

We aim to create value by following business practices that conservers and have minimal impact on the environment. We also practice corporate policies that include OSHA guidelines to mitigate work place related injuries and improve employee safety standards. In addition, we embrace diversity in staffing by welcoming recruitments from different ethnicity and gender backgrounds.

By committing our corporate resources for Myanmar’s society, environment, and culture, we intend to become a catalyst for positive change in our country’s socioeconomic development.

  1. Contribution made to community development in Darka Township, Ayeyarwady region by providing 3 acres of land degsinated for a Fire Station and a Hospital.
  2. Delivery of 5 brand new fire trucks.
  3. Delivery of 3 Ambulances equipped latest EMR medical equipment.
  4. Construction of canalization for embankment, irrigation canal and drainage canal to prevent flooding into the farmlands totaling up to 70 miles worth of development.
  5. Development of 30 primary schools to provide much needed education across different regions in Myanmar.
  6. Over 18 years of contribution to social welfare programs in accordance with government’s policy.
  7. Strict adherence and compliance with Governement's Federal Tax policies, rules and regulations.
  8. Contribution of 700 workers to redevelopment of Labutta Township ravaged by Cyclone Nargis by reconstructing roads and buildings.
  9. Construction of wells for religious institutions in remote areas with limited or no access to drinkable water.
  10. Annual contribution to several social, religioius and healthcare community development efforts throughout the country.
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Witteveen+Bos is a consulting engineering firm established in 1946 in The Netherlands. Witteveen+Bos offers its clients value-added consultancy and top-quality designs for water, infrastructure, envir...

Witteveen+Bos is a consulting engineering firm established in 1946 in The Netherlands. Witteveen+Bos offers its clients value-added consultancy and top-quality designs for water, infrastructure, environment and construction projects. Witteveen+Bos can handle the full scope of consultancy services from conceptual (policy) studies, to design and engineering, to maintenance management and training. We are organised in four business lines:

- Built Environment

-Energy, Water and Environment

- Infrastructure and Mobility

- Deltas, Coasts and Rivers.

We are aiming to bring added value to our potential clients and partners in Myanmar in solving challenges in the field of (industrial) wastewater treatment, waste2energy, flood management, environmental engineering and port development.

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Technological University (Pathein) is situated at the Apin-ne-se village which is in Pathein District, the Ayeyawady Division, Myanmar. It was opened on 27 December 1999. The university is run by Mini...

Technological University (Pathein) is situated at the Apin-ne-se village which is in Pathein District, the Ayeyawady Division, Myanmar. It was opened on 27 December 1999. The university is run by Ministry of Education (Myanmar). Vision: To become internationally recognized, high-ranking University that educates  highly qualified Engineers and Architects  in building the nation towards the developed Myanmar.

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Thirst-Aid has developed one of the most comprehensive and holistic approaches to point of use water treatment in the industry. Thirst-Aid views the need to purify water in developing countries as an...

Thirst-Aid has developed one of the most comprehensive and holistic approaches to point of use water treatment in the industry.


Thirst-Aid views the need to purify water in developing countries as an opportunity rather than an obstacle. Thirst-Aid employs the need for water improvement as an entry point by which to introduce new skills, develop small businesses and stimulate local economies whiles simultaneously introducing appropriate safe-water technologies and public health education to the population as a whole.


While many organizations focus on one technology or another to purify water, Thirst-Aid advocates for the bundling of technologies and realizes that education, training, and social marketing to promote behavior change comprise 90% of the issue in the adoption of safe-water practices.


To address this concern, Thirst-Aid precedes the introduction of all safe water technologies with the Thirst-Ed program. Developed in cooperation with UNICEF, Thirst-Ed integrates the need to educate and inspire the drive for improved water with the beneficiaries desire to be a stakeholder. By offering an education and social marketing program that not only raises awareness of waterborne illnesses and improved hygiene but also provides participants with the means to purchase their ceramic water filters, the Thirst-Ed program guarantees an increase in behavior change and sustained product use.


Thirst-Ed allows participants to apply the time they spend attending safe water classes to-wards the purchase price of a ceramic water filter unit, thus turning education into currency and helping to make filters affordable to the poor.

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Deltares is an independent, institute for applied research in the field of water, subsurface and infrastructure. Throughout the world, we work on smart solutions, innovations and applications for peop...

Deltares is an independent, institute for applied research in the field of water, subsurface and infrastructure. Throughout the world, we work on smart solutions, innovations and applications for people, environment and society. Our main focus is on deltas, coastal regions and river basins. Managing these densely populated and vulnerable areas is complex, which is why we work closely with governments, businesses, other research institutes and universities at home and abroad.

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We are an Australian Government owned not-for-profit organization. We offer capacity building, modelling tools, technical support services and a community of practice to support integrated water resou...

We are an Australian Government owned not-for-profit organization. We offer capacity building, modelling tools, technical support services and a community of practice to support integrated water resource management, and water management governance. Our main role is to support the implementation and use of eWater Source as the National Hydrological Modelling Platform in Australia. To that end, our government owners contract us to provide these ‘adoption’ services in support of the Australian Council of Australian Government's (COAG) National Hydrological Modelling Strategy. This includes provision of long term maintenance and improvements to Source, and providing technical support and training.

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