In 2018 UNDP Myanmar finalised it new Country Programme Document (CPD) 2018-2022 and began implementation. The CPD has two main outcomes – governance and sustainable peace, and sustainable and inclusive growth. Both outcomes are closely aligned with national priorities and the MSDP, which in turn is inspired by the 2030 Agenda and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The Plan aims to minimize damage to property, reduce injury and lives lost, and normalize the lives of those affected in a timely manner in the case of a damaging earthquake in the country.
Opening Remarks by Mr. Knut Ostby, United Nations Resident Coordinator/Humanitarian Coordinator (a.i) at Launching Ceremony of National Earthquake Preparedness and Response Plan
A newly constructed Basic Education High School (BEHS) building was inaugurated in Shwe Hlay village, Bilin township, Mon state.
The Plan aims to minimize damage to property, reduce injury and lives lost, and normalize the lives of those affected in a timely manner in the case of a damaging earthquake.
This report provides an update and a basic diagnostic of poverty in Myanmar.
Ooredoo and UNDP, in partnership with Impact Hub, hosted a “Demo Day” on 27 July 2019 at Ooredoo Myanmar Head Office in Yangon. The event provided the three winning teams from the Hackathon with a platform to pitch their innovations to an audience comprising the startup community and potential funders.

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51.4 million

Population

70%

Rural Population

92.3%

Adult Literacy

4.6%

Women's Representation in Parliament

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