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FROM THE FIELD
Factory assessments and trainings on wastewater treatment technology boosts Mandalay Food and Beverage businesses
In July, a 3-day training on wastewater testing and analysis was conducted by a lab supervisor from Green Myanmar Environmental Service and Dr. Mu Mu Htay from Tha Bar Wa Project to the students from Mandalay Technological University (MTU).
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Tha Bar Wa boosts energy efficiency application through a Training of Trainers (ToT)
Tha Bar Wa project organized a Training of Trainers (ToT) on Energy Efficiency (EE) conducted by international energy efficiency consultant Mr. Rajat Batra focusing on Food and Beverage (F&B) sector.
'We need to talk about electricity'
On a dark night a young man stares at the pale glow of a light bulb and sighs. "Should I cook the rice now using firewood, or wait for the electricity," he ponders aloud. His name is Aung Kyaw Soe, one of WWF-Myanmar’s energy officers who works from our field office in Dawei. On this occasion, Aung is visiting family in a village named Sinn Inn.
The Start and the Journey Q&A with May Moe Wah
When WWF opened its Myanmar office in 2013, May Moe Wah was one of the first members of staff. In a Q&A session May gives us some insight into the birth and evolution of this fast-growing and ever-busy conservation team.
LIVELIHOOD AND CONSERVATION: Connected like stomach and brain
Amy Chit is a livelihood officer in the Dawna Tenasserim office of WWF-Myanmar. She is a young and motivated woman working with WWF for almost a year now. Her passion is working with rural communities and helping them to improve their livelihoods.
WORKSHOP ON EMP FOR GARMENT & TEXTILE AND FOOD & BEVERAGE INDUSTRIES
Discussions on improving consistency, clarity of environmental impact assessments and environmental management plans for manufacturers