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The National Water Resources Committee (NWRC) and Advisory Group (AG) are working on the long-term plan of producing the...

The National Water Resources Committee (NWRC) and Advisory Group (AG) are working on the long-term plan of producing the competent young water professional through Hydro-Informatics Centre (HIC) supported by the AG. The Young Water Professional (YWP) program is a eleven month long program, in which young graduates of Myanmar who have ambition to become water professionals and government staff from various water related Ministries receive well defined technical and on job training through the Ayeyarwady Integrated River Basin Management (AIRBM) Project. They receive mentoring, coaching and training in various technical, social, economic, political and decision making aspects of water projects. YWP trainees are recruited across Myanmar and their trainings include lectures, seminars and field trips locally and abroad. Trainers include internationally well-known water professionals from all over the world and from Myanmar.

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  • A belated congratulations to the very talented Young Water Professionals who graduated last month from an intensive one year training program at the Hydro-Informatics Centre. Although i missed the ceremony, i have seen the hard work and transformation of these 12 professionals who accomplished a lot in a little time; so i know their celebrations...
    A belated congratulations to the very talented Young Water Professionals who graduated last month from an intensive one year training program at the Hydro-Informatics Centre. Although i missed the ceremony, i have seen the hard work and transformation of these 12 professionals who accomplished a lot in a little time; so i know their celebrations are well deserved!

    Whether heading back to government agencies or new professions in myanmar's water sector, i look forward to meeting and working together in the future.

    Congratulations to Prof. Dr. Khin-Ni-Ni Thein and Tin Mar Lwin Lwin for guiding another batch; and to Australian Water Partnership, Internationaal Ondernemen, RVO.nl the embassies of Australia and Netherlands, WaterAid, and International WaterCentre for their support to this program.

    looking forward to the next batch starting in July!

    @Tarek Ketelsen (LinkedIn)
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  • ‚ÄčThis is a great opportunity for those who are under 30 and hold a B.E (Civil, Chemical, EC, Port & Harbor, River & Coastal, IT), B.Sc. (Computer Science & any science...
    ‚ÄčThis is a great opportunity for those who are under 30 and hold a B.E (Civil, Chemical, EC, Port & Harbor, River & Coastal, IT), B.Sc. (Computer Science & any science combination), LLB, B.Ag. , B.Sc. (Forestry) and Master's degree in above subjects.It is an opportunity to be a young water professional in Myanmar and will receive well d...
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