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.

Residents carry away water for their daily usage from a well in a remote Pyinmana town close to the Myanmar's new administrative capital Nay Pyi Taw. Photo: AFP
Tuesday, February 6 2018

De Nora Water Technologies has been selected to provide safe drinking water to around 60,000 households in Mandalay, ...

Monday, February 5 2018

Exim Bank’s Market Outreach Programme on Indian Investment in Myanmar’s Healthcare Sector, was launched on February 5, at Hotel Sule Shangrila.

Friday, February 2 2018

A China-aided pilot project for poverty reduction was launched in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday, with a view to improving the infrastructure of villages and ...

Thursday, February 1 2018

The Department of Fisheries of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation hosted the official launch of the Myanmar Sustainable ...

Wednesday, January 31 2018

Sagaing Region Chief Minister, Dr Myint Naing, has said he is looking forward to working closely with India’s Manipur on Agriculture, ...

Monday, January 29 2018

Delegates from Manipur State of India, Sagaing Region, Mandalay Region, India-Myanmar Chamber of Commerce and  the Sagaing ...

Friday, January 26 2018

Responsible Business Fund (RBF) from Denmark will provide Ks12.5 billion for nearly 500 local SMEs, state media reported on 26 January.

Tuesday, January 23 2018

The over a century-old Basic Education High School (BEHS) No.-1, Dagon in Myanmar's former capital of Yangon has been awarded a blue plaque to be ...

Friday, January 19 2018

The first Ethnic Sustainable Development Forum was opened yesterday at the Mingalar Thiri Hotel in Nay Pyi Taw, according to a statement.


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