United Nations Assistant Secretary-General and Director, Regional Bureau for Asia and the Pacific of the UNDP to visit Myanmar
Sweden Provides 61 million Krona (USD 6.8 million) to Support UNDP’s Inclusive and Sustainable Country Programme Activities in Myanmar
UNHCR and UNDP Sign a MOU with Myanmar to Support the Creation of Conditions for the Return of Refugees from Bangladesh
Consilidated Summary Report: Access to Justice and Informal Justice Systems in Kachin, Rakhine and Shan States
Between October 2015 and July 2016, UNDP in Myanmar conducted a study on access to justice and informal justice systems in 16 townships in Rakhine, Kachin and Shan States. This consolidated report summarises the findings (which are presented in detail in the state reports). It is important to note that the findings are indicative rather than representative, because of the sampling methodology and cannot be generalised to any wider population.
Measuring Myanmar's Starting Point for the Sustainable Development Goals: SDG Indicator Baseline Report
This report is a first attempt at compiling the baseline data that currently exists on Myanmar for the SDGs. It discusses and explains the available data and provides comparison to the regional and global level. Finally, a technical annex provides detailed information on data sources and methodological notes for each SDG Indicator, to provide a technical reference for consistently continuing the monitoring of these indicators over the coming years.
This film follows the journeys of 6 local women administrators in Myanmar. Local administrators, known as Village Tract/Ward Administrators connect communities to township administration. There are approximately 17,000 village tracts and wards in the country. In the 2012 Ward and Village Tract administrator election, only 41 out of 16785 seats (0.24 percent of total seats) were won by women. In the 2016 Ward and Village Tract Administrator election, the number of female representation in ward and village tract administration doubled to 88 with women taking 0.5 % of the seats. About 31 % of female WVTAs were re-elected to their second term.
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