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Myanmar
  • Capital: Naypyitaw
  • Population: 53414374
  • Size: 678500.0 Km2

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Local actions: solutions to global challenges - initiatives of indigenous peoples in climate change adaptation and Disaster Risk Reduction based on traditional knowledge
Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact 2016
While governments around the world continue to debate about policies and practices to address climate change solutions, they pay little attention to the situation of indigenous peoples who are among those most affected by clim...
Asia report on climate change and indigenous people
J. Carling; J. Carino; L.N. Sherpa / Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact 2016
The impacts of climate change are severe for at least 260 million indigenous peoples in Asia. The effects of warming temperature, extreme weather events, unpredictable seasons and sea level rise include loss of lives and prope...
Community-based social protection in the dry zone
J. Leehey / HelpAge International 2016
HelpAge International (Myanmar Country Office), with funding from LIFT donor consortium, has embarked on a three-year project to expand social protection to vulnerable households in Myanmar’s central dry zone. The project seeks t...
Enhancing India-Myanmar border trade: policy and implementation measures
R.U. Das / Research and Information System for Developing Countries 2016
India and Myanmar are geographically proximate countries with strong historical, cultural and economic linkages. With recent economic dynamism and changes in their respective political regimes, the overall bilateral relations between ...
Political Gender Quotas: Key debates and values for Myanmar | Oxfam GB | Policy & Practice
Alyson Brody; J. Burnley; Poe Ei Phyu / Oxfam 2016
Women are increasingly visible in politics around the world but there is still a yawning gap in their political representation compared with men. In Myanmar, gender inequality and womenâ??s rights are major challenges across eco...
Strengthening public pension systems in Asia: Proceedings of the 2015 ADB—PPI conference on public pension systems
Asian Development Bank 2016
While Asia remains a key driver of global economic growth, the outlook for the region anticipates slow marginal growth for 2015 before rebounding in 2016 and remaining stronger for the next 2 years. India’s growth and the...
IPCS Forecast 2016: cardinal transitions, red herrings, shrinking spaces
Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies, India 2016
The Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) Forecast 2016 is a collection of writings on the near-term trajectories of a wide range of geographic and thematic issues covering Asia, the United States and Nuclear power and energy...
A case for gender-responsive budgeting in Myanmar
J. Burnley / Oxfam 2016
It is widely recognised that the effects of climate change on water and land resources can disproportionately affect women in development issues. A country’s budget can be a powerful lever for social transformation. A bud...
Evidence and gaps in evidence on the principle political economy constraints and opportunities to successful investment in inclusive agribusiness in Asia
J.G. Kydd / Evidence on Demand 2016
This report pays particular reference to Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Kyrgyz Republic, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Tajikistan. The purpose is to inform a more detailed call down piece of work for DFID to scope the potential establishment...
Priority assignments for economic development of Myanmar
Dongho Jo; Kyungryang Kim; Yongseok Choi / Korea Development Institute 2012
Among various factors of production, labor is the most important factor for economic development. Capital, itself, cannot function without labour, and technological progress is achieved through the efforts of human beings. So, while a...
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