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In Myanmar, World Vision Myanmar has been operational since 1991, with an formal Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) ratified with the Ministry of Health in 1993. WVM currently has proactive declarations of intent with the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Social Welfare and Resettlement. Comprehensive registrations with the Ministry of the Interior are guaranteed until December 2016.
The World Vision Myanmar is one of the biggest NGOs in Myanmar, with over 1,000 full-time employees and a volunteer base of over 3,000 working in 11 of Myanmar's 14 states and more. We have 39 Area Development Programmes (ADPs) focusing on geographic areas where we work with the local government, local government and non-governmental organisations for 12 to 15 years.
The operation is divided into six areas (Yangon, Delta, Coastal, Mon/Kayin, Central and Hilly), with each area providing specific managerial and technological support for area development programmes.
200,000 jobs in the NLD: Government
In the first 21 month of the National League for Democracy (NLD) government's term of office, 200,000 jobs were generated in the area of FDI and domestic employment, according to U Maung Maung Win, Assistant Secretary of Planning and Finance. "The government approved 447 companies and generated 191,409 jobs," he said on Tuesday. In the last year, the Myanmar Investmentcommission permitted 138 FDI, which contributed to the creation of 88,038 jobs, and 80 domestic FDI resulted in 18,639 jobs in the state, he added.
"Although the government is working towards more jobs, there are also demands and we need to do our duty with proposals from Hluttaw MPs and there should be changes to help us," said Daw Cho Cho Cho Cho, Pyithu Hluttaw MP for Oktwin and Ayeyarwady Region. Minkin Pyithu Hluttaw MP and former secretary under the former government, U Maung Myint proposed making available property for FDI.
"The former and present government are not taking any measures to facilitate the granting of property for the building of plants. Rent is very high. Pyithu Hluttaw MP for Sanchaung Municipality, Uin Htun Naing, said the government should rethink the clothing industry's minimal wages, as there are more than 400 clothing manufacturers.
But on the other side, the development of the agriculture industry can create one million jobs, said U Sein Win, Pyithu Hluttaw's deputy for Maubin. Now the government is putting No. 5 and 7 as a priority in the 12-point macroeconomic policies. In July 2016, the government published the 12-point plan for the economy.
No 5 relates to creating jobs for all Myanmar residents living in Myanmar and coming back from abroad and creating jobs in that state. No 7 aims to improve the state of the public services, give every individual the opportunity to run a free economy and attract increased levels of international investments, safeguard copyright and implement the legislation.
She is also working to implement Burma's Business Law in August to encourage FDI and the expansion of labour-intensive industry, Deputy Minister U Maung Maung Win said.