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Blue skies.A large dam surrounded by a lush forest. Traditional huts made from bamboo and toddy palm word. An organic vegetable garden with ripe tomatoes and fresh herbs.This was the scene yesterday...
Today. History in the making. 19 students from RMIT University in Australia are participating in the first official Community University course facilitated by ActionAid Myanmar.[ibimage==32775==...
Article by Kalika Bro-Jorgensen ActionAid has initiated a new four year project called “Strengthening a responsive, diverse and democratic civil society in Myanmar”. Funded by the European...
Su Lu Ban village in the Dry Zone identified the construction of a primary school as the number one priority during the Village Book process.The rationale was, that the children would then not need...
Article by Upendranadh Choragudi, Project Manager - Promoting Just & Democratic Governance, ActionAid Myanmar The elections of 2015 in Myanmar heralded a significant beginning of democratic...
Article by Cole Landfried ActionAid Myanmar is pleased to announce that its exciting new community-based tourism initiative is now underway. The initiative represents the culmination of years of...
Gavin McGillivray, Head of the UK Government Department for International Development (DFID), made a five-day visit to Chin State in December 2015, organised by ActionAid Myanmar. He spoke with...
ActionAid Myanmar is committed to make the communities we work with become our implementing partners. We believe this will further improve both ownership over and efficiency of our programmes. Ever...
Article by Tawngmai N Khum - ActionAid Myanmar Myanmar’s recent democratic trajectory has ushered in change on many social, political and economic frontiers. Marking this change has been the...
In 2011, as one of 10 young people from around the world, I had the privilege of attending the UN climate talks in Panama and South Africaas a citizen journalist.Blogging and using social media,my...