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Livelihoods, Governance, Civil Society Strengthening, Public Service

Joint Action to Keep Goats for Income Generation

Joint Action to Keep Goats for Income Generation A revolving fund initiated by the Community led Coastal Management in the Gulf of Mottama Project sparked a joint initiative to keep goats. A win-win situation for the goat owners, the herders and the village as a...

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Better transportation from improved bridge

Better transportation from improved bridge U Aung Than Hlaing, a resident of Thayet Thone Pin village, is the 47-year old Chairperson of the village’s VPSC. During Cycle 1 of the CDD Project, the village implemented a renovation subproject for a bridge at the entrance...

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We can wear slippers to walk on the village road

We can wear slippers to walk on the village road “For years, we have been walking on the road without slippers as the road is too muddy and damaged.Now We can walk on the road wearing slippers.” The village is situated in the paddy fields some distance...

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NAG FISHERY CO-MANAGEMENT

NAG FISHERY CO-MANAGEMENT At a time when fish resources are being exploited, co-management systems work to ensure all our fisheries are ecologically sustainable. Many of Myanmar coastal fisheries are now either unmanaged or under some form of limited management....

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Project Cycle Management (PCM)

Project Cycle Management (PCM) Since 2006, NAG has been leading Project Cycle Management (PCM) trainings for rural youth (20 to 30 years old) in Myanmar and in December 2016, resumed trainings. With support from both the public and private...

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Land erosion: GOM climate refugees

Land erosion: GOM climate refugees Sar Phyu Su, once a village of roughly 2772 acres is now a little more than a dot on the map—if it’s even on the map. In ten years, the water’s edge has shifted west, eroding agricultural and pastoral lands, leaving the population...

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