Myanmar

Myanmar pfhab finalreview may2011

PFHAB provides 9.1 million Australian Dollars (AUD) to the following projects in the health and liv... Read More...

Myanmar shf eop evaluation may2010

The stated development goal of the project is to improve the social and economic situation of margin... Read More...

Care myanmar nargis eval final report dec08

Cyclone Nargis emergency response Read More...

Myanmar progress kayah midterm 07

Overall Objective: To improve the livelihood security of poor and marginalized Internally Displaced ... Read More...

Progress Kayah Project Midterm Evaluation

Objective: To improve the livelihood security of poor and marginalised Internally Displaced People (... Read More...

Improved Food and Livelihood Security (IFLS) Project Midterm Report

40-page midterm report. The objective of IFLS is increased food and livelihood security for marginalised communities in 44 villages in southern Chin State . The project is also addressing one of the country’s major environmental problems – unsustainable shifting cultivation in mountainous areas. Mindat and Kanpetlet townships are spread over mountain ranges, with sparsely scattered villages in (at times) inaccessible terrain. Villager populations are primarily subsistence farmers with little or no access to markets for their produce. Increasing population and scarcity of land adds to environmental degradation and a decline in agricultural productivity Read More...

Myanmar bachip endofproject 06

The project aims to mobilize the community in Tiddim for preventive activities against ARI, malnutri... Read More...

Myanmar fham endofproject 07

The programme aims to build community resilience and mitigate the impact of AIDS through focusing on... Read More...

Emergency Food Support Programme For Children Of Internally Displaced Kayah Ethnics In Kayah State

Emergency Food Support Programmed for Children of Internally Displaced Kayah Ethics “Project of Phas... Read More...

Women at Work Project Evaluation

The project’s overall goal was to contribute substantially to a reduction in morbidity and mortality... Read More...

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