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Spectrum Kachin team actively participated in the children’s literature festival jointly organized by the Ministry of Information, the Ministry of Education and the Kachin Regional Government. This is the second time children festival celebrated in Kachin state in November 20, 2017 at Bamaw township on the purpose of “A book shelve for a house and a library for a school”.

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With the coordination of Amyotha Hluttaw, Spectrum conducted parliamentary debate session on November 9th ,2017 at Amyotha Hluttaw, Nay Pyi Daw under the title of ‘Budget Transparency & Citizen’s Budgets: Progress in Myanmar and Tools for Decision Makers’.

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Improving energy efficiency has multiple benefits for Myanmar, but also many challenges. This briefing paper provides an overview of energy efficiency in Myanmar and provides recommendations for accelerating action in this area, with a focus on standards and labelling programmes for lighting and appliances and green building codes for buildings.

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SUMMARISING “TOWARDS ‘PEOPLE-CENTRED’ ENERGY POLICY” CONFERENCE OUTCOMES

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As a long- term partner of Myanmar Green Network (MGN), Spectrum contributed finance and communication support to three-day conference of “Global Energy Transition and Myanmar” that MGN organized as their 6th Green Gathering event at Zwe Kabin City Hall, Pha An township in Kayin State.

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A briefing paper based on primary research from the Karen and Kachin regions of Myanmar exploring how CSOs use and desire to use electricity and to understand people in these regions’ self-perceived problems.

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On International Human Rights Day (IHRD) 2017, Spectrum releases the most comprehensive piece of research ever done on hydropower related resettlement in Myanmar from a gender perspective and there is much to be learnt.

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A briefing paper based on primary research conducted in the Karen and Kachin regions to examine how differing levels of access to electricity influenced life in semi-rural and rural Myanmar.

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As a part of our effort for strengthening Good Governance and promoting Government Accountability and Transparency, Spectrum has organized Lunching Dinner Event of its currently- published books at Nay Pyi Daw Hotel Max on November 24th, 2017 in collaboration with Hluttaw Public Accounts Committee and Joint Public Accounts Committee.

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"Our recent work on mapping census information relevant to energy usage gives many new insights. It maps grid electricity access for lights, generator use, battery use, solar use, small hydro, candle use, kerosene use, and mobile phone use.

The maps give a rapid impression of what is happening where - some very surprising results - and gives clear directions for improving public service access, policy inputs and investment needs." 

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