UNDP has expanded its support to all levels of government, and will continue to assist administrations, in 2021 to mitigate the impact of the pandemic.
An experimental global index offers a new measurement of human progress that illustrates the challenge of tackling poverty and inequality while easing planetary pressure.
Highlighting the 2019 Hackathon Award-Winning Ideas
MoCOM and UNDP Myanmar aims to empower the MSMEs, young innovators, entrepreneurs and ecosystem players to shape the future of E-Commerce in Myanmar
Myanmar National Human Rights Commission’s celebration of the 72nd International Human Rights Day
Mon State’s Disaster Risk Reduction Working Group (DRRWG) working with UNDP developed the three-day training programme that included response and recovery procedures. The training sessions were held in four of the most flood prone townships: Bilin, Paung, Kyaikmaraw and Ye – that include 122 villages and 39 wards.
A four-mile-long community road, connecting Aung Kan Thar, Htain Pin and Thone Eain Su villages with Thahton, was made a priority for the township. The project funded by the Government of Switzerland, began construction this January and was completed in March.

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51.4 million

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70%

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92.3%

Adult Literacy

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