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For Myanmar, connecting livelihoods and forest conservation is key to achieving zero net deforestation by 2030. This was one of the key messages from Myanmar to the world from the Climate Summit in…  


Ravaged by floods in 2018 and 2019, communities in the Mon State show what lessons could be learned in getting people back on their feet  

Ooredoo Myanmar and UNDP Myanmar to host The Hackathon 2019

Ooredoo Myanmar and UNDP Myanmar will co-host the second edition of its collaboration - The Hackathon from 18-20 October in Yangon and Mandalay, in partnership with Impact Hub. The Hackathon 2019…  

National Environmental Policy of Myanmar

The new National Environmental Policy provides long-term, strategic guidance for achieving a sustainable future for Myanmar. It requires the mainstreaming of environmental protection into planning and…  

President announces national environment and climate change policies to mark World Environment Day 2019

The Government of Myanmar today announced its vision for the country’s environmental protection and climate action, launching two new policies that will guide Myanmar’s environmental management and…  

Myanmar Rural Renewable Energy Development (RURED) Project: DRAFT Environmental and Social Management Framework

This draft Environment and Social Management Framework (ESMF) covers the “Rural Renewable Energy Development (RURED) Project” prepared by the UNDP as the GEF Agency in close collaboration with the…  

Ridge to Reef: Integrated Protected Area Land and Seascape Management in Tanintharyi

The Project objective is to secure the long-term protection of Key Biodiversity Areas in Tanintharyi through integrated planning and management at land and seascape scales, with interconnectivity from…  

Bringing Smiles back to Shwebo Farmers

U Aung Myint is excited about the possibility of doubling his rice production, thanks to additional water being provided by a new irrigation system.  

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