We have all heard of voting for people, but who has heard of voting for a variety of rice? Farmers in Ta Ga Nan village in Shwebo township did just that before the monsoon swept across Myanmar.
One Stop Shops have been set up across Myanmar to bring government services closer to people and ensure that these are delivered in an efficient and transparent manner.
A project that builds Myanmar's resilience to withstand the impact of earthquakes through better preparedness was launched today.
UNDP is providing support to the Union Attorney General’s Office and State Attorney General’s offices.
When temperatures soared in the already blazing heat of Myanmar’s Dry Zone, Kyaw Htaing was alarmed for the well-being of the piglets he was raising.
Newly elected Members of Parliament took their seats in Myanmar’s State and Region Hluttaws (Parliaments) in April 2016.
State Counsellor, H.E. Daw Aung San Suu Kyi launched Myanmar’s four-year Civil Service Reform Strategic Action Plan.

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51.4 million

Population

70%

Rural Population

92.3%

Adult Literacy

4.6%

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