Creating Inclusive Networks, Helping Empower Communities and Developing Sustainable Livelihoods
LivelihoodsNAG livelihood projects improve the economic situation of communities by helping create community-specific business opportunities through increased access to investments, technology and capital.
GovernanceNAG governance projects ensure that sound and just policies are established through active community participation and collaboration among a wide range of stakeholders.
Civil Society StrengtheningNAG works for community members to be aware of their rights and responsibilities and actively engage in decision marking at local and policy levels.
Public ServiceNAG programs aim to improve the public service and ensure government departments and public services are fulfilling the basic needs of communities in an accountable and transparent manner.
“Emergence of a peaceful, prosperous and dignified society
that values equity and diversity”
Farmer to Farmer Sesame Programme
This farmer participation and knowledge sharing programme will soon engage with the farmers from Pyaw Bwe, Yamethin and Ayartaw townships in Mandalay Region.
In Kyauk Se township of Mandalay Region, Network Activities Group (NAG) has been introducing a ‘Farmer to Farmer Sesame Programme’ focusing on Good Agricultural Practice (GAP) for improving sesame produce quality (chemical free products), collective selling/ buying and enhancement of value chains. With just support of NAG, the programme is mainly led by Farmer Development Association (FDA) members as they are invaluable to the sharing process because of their own experiences. Read more
NAG strongly believes without a strong HR team and even stronger policies and procedures, no organizational aims could be achieved.
Department of Rural Development (DRD), Telenor Myanmar and Network Activities Group (NAG) have been offering Rural Development and Project Cycle Management Training in DRD office in Botahtaung Township, Yangon since December 2016. The training aims to promote rural development and youth employment, and is therefore offered at a subsidized price. There are ten major development related subjects including development theories and concepts, community infrastructure development and mainstreaming in development etc.
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Recent interpersonal communication that looked beyond ordinary paper based reports and telecommunications etc will take us a long way toward a mission of which we can all be proud.
Introduction From 28th to 30th June 2017, NAG organized third-quarter meeting of year 2017. We did forecast for upcoming three months, finalized code of conduct and set up HR and Finance policies on those three days. This report also highlights the challenges and complexities of implementing development activities in today’s challenging environment.
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By enacting new legislation and policies on tenure rights, labour rights and fi shing rights the
unique kyarr phong fi shery in the Gulf of Mottama, Myanmar, can be substantially improved.
ဒီေရေတာ ေဂဟစနစ္မ်ားႏွင့္ သဟဇာတျဖစ္ေသာ ရႊံ႕ဂဏန္း အသားထိုးေမြးျမဴေရး ေက်းလက္အဆင့္ သင္တန္း
သဘာဝပတ္ဝန္းက်င္အား မထိခိုက္ေသာ ေရရွည္ဖြံ႕ၿဖိဳးေရးအတြက္ ေဆာင္ရြက္ရမည့္ ငါးဖမ္းလုပ္ငန္း သင္တန္းနည္းျပ လက္စြဲ
Policies, Institutions and Processes to Support Climate Resilient and Sustainable Agriculture in Myanmar’s Dry Zone.
Myanmar is one of the world’s top 15 fish producing nations, and in 2017 annual production reached 2.90 million metric tons according to data from the Fisheries and Global Information System (FIGIS) of the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO).
Assessment of Stakeholder Interventions for Sustainable Agriculture in Myanmar’s Dry Zone.
Policies, Institutions and Processes to Support Value Chains for Seed Development for Pulses, Legumes and Oil Crops in the Dry Zone.
Policies, Institutions and Processes to Support Agricultural Mechanization Development in Myanmar’s Dry Zone
Network Activities Group
No.31(A-1), Mya Hnin Si Street, Rose Park (3), Shwe Pinlon Housing, Ward (27), North Dagon Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
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