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3 Winning Teams of The Hackathon 2018 has been announced

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…  


The Hackathon 2018

Ooredoo Myanmar and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) will host its first hackathon on 8-9 December, 2018 at Ooredoo’s Yangon and Mandalay offices.  


Experimenting with Inspiration to Achieve the 2030 Agenda: The iWomen Inspiring Women Project

The more individuals are inspired, the more likely individuals are, to set and successfully achieve goals. In a relatively new body of empiric scientific evidence, inspiration was found to correlate…  


To Enable Positive Behavioural Change, Does Development Need a Structured Approach to Inspiration? - A Study of the iWomen Inspiring Women Project

Research conducted for this report shows that the iWomen Project has a unique approach to wellbeing. Instead of just considering how to support rural women’s social needs, this project also targets…  





IWomen Inspiring Women App


Supporting disaster-affected communities to be resilient

"After the two-week-long monsoon, the road that connects our village and other villages to Hakha City was destroyed by a landslide. It was the worst landslide during my 62-years- lifespan," U Hrang…  


Myanmar N-Peace Champion Congratulated by UN Leadership

Women’s rights activist from Chin State and the founder of the Women’s League of Chinland, Tuan Cer Sung Cheery Zahu (Cheery) is this year’s N-Peace winner from Myanmar.  

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