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A labourer is seen hard at work as the second pump station in the Pyawt Ywar Pump Irrigation Project undergoes renovations. Photo: Madeline Dahm/IWMI
Thursday, August 23 2018

Taking shelter from the midday heat in a bamboo hut among the paddies and pulses of Myanmar's central Dry Zone, it is easy to drift back in ...

Saturday, August 4 2018

While issues like aquifer depletion, groundwater contamination, overpopulation, extreme flooding and droughts grab headlines in coverage of ...

Thursday, February 8 2018

A visiting UN official says Myanmar has an “enormous opportunity” in pursuing an environmentally sustainable path to development in the coming years.

Saturday, August 5 2017

Daw Mana Kee Pai, a young woman from Chin State, had a difficult pregnancy in 2014. She needed to be transported urgently to the hospital, ...

Tuesday, June 20 2017

“The idea of sustainable urban development is all about seeking economic, social and environmental returns on investment and that should be ...

Thursday, May 4 2017

Than Bayar Khon, a village in central ...

Monday, May 1 2017

Farmer Swae Du Hmone remembers how until a few years ago his family would have to venture into the mountains around ...

A crowd gathers at Maha Bandoola Park in central Yangon on 4 April 2017 to hear about the new "Start With Me" Road safety campaign.
Tuesday, April 4 2017

Public health in Myanmar has been a story of slow but consistent progress, emerging from a dismal basefar below its regional peers.

Saturday, April 1 2017

Sixty-one-year-old Daw Myint Shwe has had to move her house in Thingangyin village in Ayeyarwady Region four times.

Saturday, March 25 2017

The peeling facades of Yangon’s colonial-era buildings have attracted growing local and international attention, ...

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