Daw Moe Moe Aye joined Training of Trainers for Capacity Development of Ward and Village Tract Administrator sponsored by UNDP in 2016 and also participated in Capacity Development Program of Female Ward and Village Tract Administrator organized by UNDP on December 4-9 2018, both as a resource person and as a participant.
Daw Kyi Chan is positive about the capacity building program of UNDP. “I feel very encouraged. It inspires me to run for the next W/ VTA election or to run for a seat in parliament. My husband understands me and supports me a lot, including by helping with housework.
The new National Environmental Policy provides long-term, strategic guidance for achieving a sustainable future for Myanmar.
A 2nd Letter of Agreement (LoA) was signed by Peter Batchelor, UNDP Resident Representative and H.E. U Kyaw Aye Thein, Minister for Finance, Revenue, Planning and Economics of Rakhine State Government to implement 19 infrastructure projects selected in the UNDP supported participatory township planning process for 2019/20 fiscal year. The total amount covered in the LoA 2,959,202,360 Kyats is provided by the Government of Japan and is part of a larger support to Rakhine State.
To provide MPs with data they can act on, UNDP is supporting the Union Hluttaws’ research departments in producing constituency profiles which bring key demographic and socio-economic data for their townships.
The Government of Myanmar today announced its vision for the country’s environmental protection and climate action, launching two new policies that will guide Myanmar’s environmental management and climate change strategy.
Sweden and UNDP’s partnership in Myanmar over the last few years has focused on strengthening key democratic governance institutions (e.g. parliament), and enhancing the quality of public service delivery, including through reform of the civil service.

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