From August 15-17, a biodiversity assessment and media training workshop was held in Monywa. The training program was focused on communicating on development, biodiversity and livelihoods in the Chindwin River Basin. Endorsed by Stockholm Environmental Institute (SEI) and My...
​The water crisis is known to everybody. 844 million people around the world lack access to safe reliable drinking water facilities. The critical weaknesses of the water sector (scarcity, equitable distribution, access) can be solved only by providing a more transparent, participatory and accountabl...
 ​Myanmar – Netherlands Water Challenge engagement day was held on 1 August, 2018 at the Dutch. 44 students from 13 different universities joined the event. Wouter Jurgens, the Dutch Ambassador, contributed the opening speech. He underlined the importance of future generation's involvement and ...
You may think that I have met with Nga Moe Yeik, the king of crocodiles and companion of Prince 'Min Nandar' from the mythical story of Shin Mway Loon and Min Nandar. Rather, I went on a field trip to the Nga Moe Yeik Dam last Thursday, June 28 as a participant of an ecosystem services training prog...
27 June 18 - The opening ceremony of the Training Workshop on Ecosystem Functions and Services in Integrated Water Resources Management took place in Irrigation Technology Centre, Bago on 25 June.  The training is from 25-29 June 2018 for 5 days training.  The workshop is jointly...
​20 June 18 - To continue helping villages in Maubin Township in Southwest Myanmar, the CWS team once again worked with the Centre for Affordable Water and Sanitation Technology (www.cawst.org) further strengthen sanitation in flood-prone villages where CWS has been partnering with families for...
​13 June 18 - Myanmar has borrowed 10 million U.S. dollars' loan from the World Bank to construct the headquarters of the National Water Resources Committee (NWRC) , the official Global New Light of Myanmar reported Wednesday. Along with the headquarters, a hydro-informatics center will also be...
​13 June 18 - Earth Observation for Sustainable Development (EO4SD) is the European Space Agency - ESA activity on making satellite data useful in a development context, where DHI GRAS is priming the EO4SD "water" activities. In this context, we are part of several training workshops in Myanmar...
The twilight of summer holidays among university students is now approaching. Most of the university reopen in the first week of June, yet some in the second week of May. Students have finished their first semester in March and then, refreshen their eagerness in summer period. After launching the 2n...

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