UNDP Myanmar launched its early recovery support to flood-affected communities in Kyaikmaraw Township in Mon State.
The award ceremony for the biggest Hackathon event in Myanmar where young programmers and business entrepreneurs were involved in developing mobile based applications, was held on 9 December at Ooredoo’s Myanmar Office, Myanmar Centre, Yangon.
Amyotha Hluttaw Agriculture Committee takes pioneering step by launching a parliamentary inquiry into agricultural chemicals, the first time in the history of Myanmar in which a parliamentary Committee will develop in-depth policy recommendations to tackle a pressing problem that affects the health and quality of life of farmers, workers and consumers across the country.
The seminar introduced a new Situation Analysis of Region and State Hluttaws as a baseline for future Hluttaw development, took stock of current developments and supported coordinated planning among Region and State Hluttaws and with the Union-level Hluttaws.
Exploring integrated approaches to tackling the complex interrelationships that underscore Myanmar's development context
The Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC) in collaboration with UNDP is organizing a series of anti-corruption talks and educational programs across all States and Regions of Myanmar to raise awareness and combat corruption.
Inle lake is experiencing environmental degradation from the combined effects of unsustainable resource use, increasing population, climate change and rapid tourism development. The native flora and fauna are endangered by exotic invasive species and the quality of water, which used to be safe for consumption, is now contaminated and a source of health problems for the locals.

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