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Ministry of Commerce and UNDP Myanmar launched the First Virtual “MoCOM E-Commerce Innovation Challenge”

MoCOM and UNDP Myanmar aims to empower the MSMEs, young innovators, entrepreneurs and ecosystem players to shape the future of E-Commerce in Myanmar  


“Gender Equality in Public Administration (GEPA)- Bright Ideas” Winners

As part of the Gender Equality in Public Administration – Myanmar Case Study launch, the UNDP also issued a call for “Bright Ideas” to advance gender equality in the civil service. As the Covid-19…  


The UN-REDD Programme puts mangroves at the heart of REDD+ action in Myanmar

The UN-REDD Programme has announced a USD 2 million project supported by the Government of Norway that will help make mangrove sustainable management, restoration and protection an integral part of…  


UNDP Developed a Rapid Self-Assessment Tool for Business to Support Human Rights During COVID-19

The COVID-19 has impacted Myanmar businesses across broad spectrum of issues. With the almost shutting down of global commerce, local businesses – large, medium or small - experienced the scaling…  



Ooredoo Myanmar and UNDP handed over IT equipment to Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation and Ministry of Transport and Communications for ICT Enabled Extension Services to Farmers

Ooredoo Myanmar and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) handed over IT equipment to the Department of Agriculture (DOA), Department of Agricultural Research (DAR) and Livestock Breeding…  


UNDP helps Myanmar to develop Business Integrity Handbook

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in cooperation with the Anticorruption Commission, the Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry, and the Centre for Responsible Business, has…  


Japan and UNDP provide indelible ink for Myanmar’s 2020 General Election

The Ambassador of Japan to Myanmar, His Excellency Mr. MARUYAMA Ichiro, and Officer-In-Charge/Deputy Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Ms. Dawn Del Rio,…  


Temporary Basic Income to protect the world's poorest people could slow the surge in COVID-19 cases, says UNDP

The report, Temporary Basic Income: Protecting Poor and Vulnerable People in Developing Countries estimates that it would cost from $199 billion per month to provide a time-bound, guaranteed basic…  


UNDP Myanmar Supports Strengthening of COVID-19 Public Awareness Campaigns

The loudspeaker sets were handed over to H.E. Dr. Win Myat Aye, Union Minister for the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement, by Daw Lat Lat Aye on behalf of UNDP on 15 June 2020, in…  


2020 Human Development Report to focus on meeting people’s aspirations in balance with the planet

COVID-19 and its unprecedented effects on human development are a wake-up call to the potential consequences for people’s wellbeing from the relentless pressure we are placing on nature and the…  


UNDP: Governments must lead fight against coronavirus misinformation and disinformation

Governments must step up to lead the fight against a growing tide of false, inflammatory and misleading information that threatens to worsen the already severe impacts of the virus, according to the…  


UNDP and partner organizations raise awareness, distribute face masks and immediate hygiene materials in Mon State

In collaboration with the Mon State Government, United Nation Development Programme (UNDP) has been implementing a five-day awareness raising campaign starting from 8th June, providing face masks…  


Equator Prize winner of 2020 from Myanmar- recognizing and promoting the work of the Salween Peace Park

Salween Peace Park Initiative in south eastern Myanmar wins the Equator Prize 2020 from the Equator Initiative for maintaining stability and conservation of a 5,400 square kilometer continuous…  


UNDP Supported Webinar Helps Myanmar MPs Discuss COVID-19 Issues with International Parliamentarians

On 18th May, Myanmar’s Hluttaw (Parliament) reconvened for the first time since Myanmar introduced its nationwide covid-19 social distancing measures. Members of Parliament arrived back in Nay Pyi…  


COVID-19: Human development on course to decline this year for the first time since 1990

Concerted action with a focus on equity could still limit the impacts of this unprecedented crisis: closing the digital divide would reduce by more than two-thirds the number of children currently not…  


UNDP in Myanmar supports national counterparts and civil society organizations to boost the fight against COVID-19

UNDP Myanmar continues to enhance the capabilities of governmental institutions during the COVID-19 pandemic.  


UNDP, UNHCR and the Government of the Union of Myanmar extend MoU

The UN Development Programme (UNDP), and the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), today agreed with the Government of the Union of Myanmar to extend the tripartite Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for…  


A new normal: UN lays out roadmap to lift economies and save jobs after COVID-19

The urgent health crisis that is COVID-19 has created a historic recession with record levels of deprivation and unemployment, creating an unprecedented human crisis that is hitting the poorest…  


Women leaders rise in solidarity to save lives and protect livelihoods

Supporting the UN Secretary-General’s call for solidarity and urgent action in response to the socio-economic impacts of COVID-19, an initial group of prominent women today joined a global advocacy…  

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