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FROM THE FIELD
10 RIVERS AT RISK REPORT
The report highlights threats posed by hydropower to free-flowing rivers & the diverse benefits they provide to people and nature.
THA BAR WA, SMES DEPARTMENT AND RBF'S COLLAB ONLINE WORKSHOP FOR BUSINESSES
The workshop presented ways to implement sustainable production, wastewater treatment plants, energy efficiency, and green finance for F&B businesses by experts.
THA BAR WA CONTINUES IN-DEPTH ENERGY EFFICIENCY VIRTUAL TRAININGS FOR RICE MILLERS, IN COLLABORATION WITH HELVETAS MYANMAR
November 12th, 2020 An in-depth online training, which focused on details of energy efficiency (EE) audits for interested rice millers, was held by Tha Bar Wa in collaboration with Helvetas Myanmar and SUSTENT.
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DESPITE COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS, THA BAR WA CONTINUES SUPPORT ON ENERGY EFFICIENCY TO RICE MILLERS
On October 14th, Tha Bar Wa project, in collaboration with Helvetas Myanmar - Climate Smart Rice Project, conducted an online awareness and training session on sustainable production, focusing on Energy Efficiency to the rice mills.
TWINNING PROGRAM: MINISTRY OF ELECTRICITY & ENERGY, EMBASSY OF DENMARK, WWF AND PARTNERS COLLABORATE TO INCREASE MYANMAR’S RENEWABLE ENERGY
The Myanmar-Denmark Twinning Program on Renewables sought to address Myanmar’s need for rapid electrification and to ensure that the Myanmar Ministry of Electricity & Energy (MoEE) had the capacity to harness the country’s renewable energy generation potential and handle variable renewable energy. The program was co-financed by the Embassy of Denmark in Myanmar and implemented by WWF-Myanmar.
BEYOND THE CLASSROOM: ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION FOR THE FUTURE
It is 5 AM when Daw Din Zay Soe gets up. She sweeps the floor and prepares breakfast for her family, which consists of her parents and four siblings. Normally, she would be getting ready to go to school, however, with schools being temporarily closed amid the COVID-19 pandemic, she has to stay at home instead.
6 F&B FACTORIES IN MANDALAY RECEIVE ENERGY EFFICIENCY AUDITS BY THA BAR WA
Tha Bar Wa project conducted the second phase of Energy Efficiency (EE) Assessments/Audits for 6 food and beverage (F&B) factories in Mandalay, in collaboration with Mandalay Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MRCCI).