Mandalay battles littering curse and clogged drains

3 Sep 18 - Myanmar Times - ​ When it rains, it is a nightmare for Ma Su, who lives between 65th and Tharaphi streets in Mandalay. Heavy rain always causes flooding in the ward where she lives. "Flooding always happens in the rainy season. Because of the floodwater, motorcycles often break down....
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13 townships in Mandalay to get water supply during summer

Source: The Global New Light Of Myanmar  Date: 12 March 2018 ​According to the Rural Development Department, 13 townships in Mandalay will be provided with water supply during the summer. Safe drinking water is a nationwide priority. In the future, more drinking water supply will be based on pi...
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Erosion prevention work under way along banks of Ayeyarwady River

Source: The Myanmar Times Date: 8 March, 2018 ​ To solve the problem with erosion of the banks of the Ayeyarwady River, the Directorate of Water Resources and Improvement of River Systems is carrying out a renovation project. The project will be funded by the Union government or regional government ...
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WaterWorx in Mandalay: Sustainable access to drinking water in Myanmar Water Sector

Introduction  Following the recent news that Dutch company Vitens-Evides International (VEI) is going help Mandalay to improve its water supply system, we talked to VEI's project manager, Adriaan Ruijmschoot, about this initiative, called WaterWorX. In this interview, Adriaan talks about WaterW...
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Mandalay to spend over K35m for drinking water in 72 villages

Source: The Myanmar Times Date: 28 February, 2018 ​ Over K35 million (US$26,157) will be spent to ensure potable water supply for 72 villages in 13 townships in Mandalay Region during the coming summer months, the chief of the regional Rural Development Department said. He said about K35.6 million w...
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De Nora Water Technologies To Improve Quality Of Water Supply For 60,000 Households In Mandalay

Source: Water Online Date: 9 February, 2018 Photo- Google ​ This is part of an agreement signed in September 2016 with Tobishima Cooperation for the Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar at 1.797 billion yen to enhance the water supply systems in Mandalay with the installation of n...
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Dutch company VEI to improve Mandalay’s water supply system

Source: The Myanmar Times Date: 7 February, 2018 ​ Netherlands-Based Viten Evids International (VEI) will provide technical assistance for the water and sanitation of Mandalay from 2018 to 2021, according to the Mandalay City Development Committee. The project exceeds 2 million euros, of which 90 pe...
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WaterWorX Project Plan - MCDC and Vitens Evides International

This document describes the WaterWorX project plan between the Mandalay City Development Committee (MCDC) and Vitens Evides International, published on 20 November 2017   Download PDF File Here

Myanmar Water Journal - Edition 05-2018

 Source: mmtimes, 8th November 2017. Myanmar's first freshwater fish farming research centre is currently under construction and it will be transferred to the government in December, said U Hla Win, regional officer of Department of Fisheries of Mandalay Region. The construction is currently be...
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50 villages & 1700 acres of land destroyed after Sedawgyi Dam overflows in Region

Source: mmtimes,19th October 2017 Heavy floods triggered by overflowing water at Sedawgyi Dam has devastated some 50 villages and also destroyed croplands. According to local villages, the incident that occurred on October 14 in Madaya township in Mandalay Region, was the worst flood to hit the area...
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Sustainability is Good Business: Maintaining Basin Health and Developing Hydropower in Myanmar

This presentation by U Tun Win (Head of Water and Sanitation Department, MCDC) shares resourceful information about proposed water supply master plan and existing wastewater management system in Mandalay Industrial Hub.   Download PDF File Here