UNDP Administrator's video message on the occasion of the International Day for Biological Diversity, celebrated on 22 May.
UNDP in partnership with Norway, will support the Inle Lake Management Authority (ILMA) efforts to address these adverse environmental, social and economic impacts by providing technical and financial assistance to further enhance the management of the Inle Lake watershed.
The project aims at supporting long-term sustainable development and ecological security of Tanintharyi’s marine, coastal and terrestrial biodiversity through integrated planning, management and protection involving a wide range of stakeholders including the local communities and indigenous peoples.
The inauguration ceremony for the newly constructed rural concrete road in Kawa Township, Bago Region was attended by Bago Region Chief Minister, H.E. U Win Thein, Bago Region Planning and Finance Minister H.E. U Nyunt Shwe, British Ambassador to Myanmar H.E. Mr. Dan Chugg, UNDP Myanmar Resident Representative Mr. Peter Batchelor, UK Aid and UNDP staff, and township officials and local community members.
The project aims to reduce the increasing impacts of climate change on agricultural and livestock production cycles in the dry zone of Myanmar - the impacts of increasing temperature and evaporation, declining water availability, and intensifying weather events especially flash floods and cyclones.
Myanmar’s first-ever perception survey that uses digital survey data is currently being conducted across the union. The Central Statistical Organizations (CSO) is co-leading the process with the Union Civil Service Board (UCSB) to learn about citizen’s opinion and experience with government services. How are they using innovation in assessing the perceived quality of public services delivery?
Draft Environmental and Social Management Framework for UNDP-GEF Project, Myanmar Rural Renewable Energy Development Programme

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