Myanmar to establish first training centre for disaster management
Jul 4, 2013
A disaster management training centre will be established in Myanmar to build up national disaster risk reduction capacity for ensuring sustainability of development gains. National and international experts gathered this week in Nay Pyi Taw in a consultation workshop to initiate the establishment of the training centre and to recommend strategy for disaster management capacity development.
Creating space to restore relationship
Jul 3, 2013
Many more villages in Rakhine State were affected when inter-community conflict broke out again in October last year. It left only very few villages undisturbed. Sin Tat Maw and Baw Da Li villages from Pauk Taw Township are located in a quite distance from the town and still they were not spared from the conflict.
Jul 3, 2013
UNDP pilots a series of community projects to help reestablish livelihoods and to rebuild trust and confidence between communities in conflict-affected areas in Rakhine State. The initiative implemented from April to June provides space for both communities to work and interact with each other.
May 29, 2013
The first management course for senior-level government officials is introduced on 20 May at the Central Institute of Civil Service (Phaung Gyi) in Yangon. The four-week long course is organised by the Union Civil Service Board (UCSB) with technical assistance from UNDP and World Bank to improve the management and administrative abilities of civil service personnel in Myanmar.
May 10, 2013
Experts from national and international organizations working on financial inclusion gather for a two-day workshop to explore how international good practices can be used to build the Myanmar microfinance sector.
May 6, 2013
Myanmar will establish a system to effectively and transparently manage rapidly increasing volumes of development assistance from foreign countries. In an effort to design an aid information management system appropriate with the context of Myanmar a workshop was organized on 3 May.
May 3, 2013
Nay Pyi Taw – Twenty-six years after it was listed as a Least Developed Country (LDC) Myanmar began initiations to become a graduate from the UN’s LDC status. As a first step a seminar on “Myanmar’s LDC Graduation Process” was organized on 2 May in Nay Pyi Taw. When Myanmar should be out of the list of LDC was a major topic of discussion at the seminar.
Apr 2, 2013
Yangon – Three-week intensive training for teaching staff of the Central Institute of Civil Service began on 18 March in Yangon to supplement and equip them with relevant knowledge in order to efficiently conduct management courses for senior government officials.