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UNDP Myanmar - Annual Report 2018

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…  


Myanmar Living Conditions Survey 2017: Poverty Report

The Myanmar Living Conditions Survey (MLCS) is a comprehensive assessment of the well-being of people in Myanmar. It provides reliable, accurate and up-to-date data that can be used to inform policies…  


LISTENING TO PEOPLE’S VOICES: How well do public services do in Myanmar?

Myanmar’s first-ever perception survey that uses digital survey data is currently being conducted across the union. The Central Statistical Organizations (CSO) is co-leading the process with the Union…  


Leadership, Effectiveness, Adaptability and Professionalism in Myanmar’s Civil Service (LEAP)

The project aims to support the Government of Myanmar to achieve its vision of an ‘ethical, merit based, inclusive and responsive Civil Service promoting public participation and strengthening the…  


ADB, UNDP Renew Agreement to Accelerate Progress towards Sustainable Development

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) signed a 5-year memorandum of understanding (MOU) today to accelerate progress towards sustainable development in Asia…  


UNDP Myanmar - 2017 Annual Report, 2013-2017 Result Report

The UNDP Myanmar Annual Report 2017 and 2013-2017 Results Report provide details of the impact and results of UNDP’s work in these three outcome areas, as well as on funding and partners.  


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…  


Sweden Provides 61 million Krona (USD 6.8 million) to Support UNDP’s Inclusive and Sustainable Country Programme Activities in Myanmar

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) today signed cost sharing agreement with the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida)/Sweden to support its new country programme…  


Living Conditions in Myanmar have Improved, According to Joint Report

Indicators of living conditions in Myanmar have improved in the last decade and especially in the past two years, according to the Key Indicators Report from the Myanmar Living Conditions Survey. The…  

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