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Myanmar offshore Summit Conference & Exhibition 2019 was held in Sule Shangri-La Hotel,Yangon,Myanmar from May 7 to May 8.

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The Directorate of Investment and Company Administration (DICA) announced Anti- corruption Code of Ethics for Companies and Body Corporates on 3th August 2018.

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 Edible insect consumption and farming has been recognized globally as a viable option to help rural and smallholder communities to improve their livelihoods, providing additional nutrition supplements and cash to households for health regeneration and basic expenditure on food, farming inputs and education.

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Spectrum proudly would like to share  "2018 Apirl to September Six Month Citizen Budget" released by Union Government of Myanmar.

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Spectrum participated as a resource in a multi-stakeholders workshop organized

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Firewood and charcoal account for over 80% of total fuel consumption in Myanmar, one of the highest shares in Asian country. Firewood and Charcoal usage in daily cooking can cause deforestation, health and safety risks and productivity losses.

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With the main support of Child Fund Myanmar, Spectrum has been implementing pilot project of “Improving Children's Environmental Education (ICEE)” in three townships of Tanintharyi region; Dawei, Launglon and Yebyu.

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About 35 million people do not have access to reliable electricity in Myanmar (IEA,2014). Myanmar is mainly dependent on hydropower and gas for power generation, and its power development plan relies on large scale hydropower or coal. But there is a better way.

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Spectrum conducted a two-day training of “Governance and Social Accountability Module2”

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This briefing paper, based on primary research conducted in rural Chin State in Myanmar, explores the economics of candle use in rural areas and the non-economic incentives for women and men to switch to electric sources of lighting such as solar energy.

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