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July 6, 18 - Due to the strong rains in June, more than half a million hectares of farmland were inundated and about 250,000 hectares completely devastated, said U Myo Tint Tun, Assistant Undersecretary of State at the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation (MOALI).

July 2018 Welcome to the July issue of the MyanmarWaterJournal. We offer you the latest information, insight, opportunities and happenings in Myanmar's waters. FocusStudyNews Jobs from the Embassy of the Netherlands in Myanmar, Two great ways from the International River Foundation for young.....

July 5, 18 - A common UNDP/World Bank/World Bank review shows significant changes in Myanmar's lifestyle over the years. - The most important changes in the area of electricity are taking place in the Myanmar countryside, with almost the entire increase in the number of grids accessed by sun and electricity from the countryside.....

It will focus on ecosystem functions and services in integrated management of aquatic resources. This was a 5-day course from 25 to 29 June at the Irrigation Technology Center (ITC), Bago. The Global and the Irrigation Management Partnership Southeast Asia (GWP-SEA), Irrigation Technology Management Development (IWUMD) et Myanmar Technology Partnership organisierten diese.......... Currently she works in the Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC) waters and wastewater division.

July 3, 18 - After the floods in the Hpakant and Lonekhin areas of Kachin State, several hundred homes in four inner-city districts were underwater. Since the Uru River in Lonekhin and Hpakant are inundated, the various organisations are removing the rubble with the aim of removing the submerged.....

2 July 18 - According to the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology (DMH), the river can rise significantly above the hazard limits in 12 rivers during the course of July. Chitdwin River in July exceeded hazardous waters once in Khamti, Homalin, Phaungpyin, Mawleik, Kalaywa, Minkin, and Monywa Khani. The Ayeyawaddy River waters rise over the dance.....

July 2, 18 - Thailand and Myanmar will be investing $5 million in the construction of a treatment facility near Letpadaungtaung in Monywa, Sagaing region, according to the Directorate of Investment and Companies Administration (DICA) in the Sagaing region. Burma will have a place..... Rather, last Thursday, June 28th, I went on an excursion to the Nga Moe Yeik Dam as a member of an ecosystems service education programme sponsored by the Global Waters Partnership.....

June 28, 18 - Tachilek Shan State International Airfield in the east of Myanmar was provisionally shut down due to floods after the area was ravaged by severe rains since Tuesday evening, the Global New Light of Myanmar report on Thursday. Rainwater swamped an airstrip at the airfield and forced the airfield to shut down on Wednesday until the conditions.....

June 27, 18 - On June 25, the Irrigation Technology Centre, Bago, hosted the opening celebration of the Ecosystem Ecosystem Functions and Services in Integrated Water Resources Management Trainingshop. This 5-day course will take place from 25 to 29 June 2018. According to the Department of Meteorology and Hydrology, the water gauge of the Ayeyawady River in the port of Mandalay has dropped slightly after a sharp increase during the rainy season.

On 24 June the sea was 1,034 cm high. As of June 26, the height was 992 cm, 42 cm lower than on June 24. "lf the rivers have sunk..... June 26, 18 - Floods are an apparent issue in Myanmar, especially in Yangon city centre and countryside during the rainy monsoons.

Though we wanted to be near waters, nobody wants to be in floods. In order to find out more about these enhancements, we interview U Aye Ko, the Kandawgyi Lake Waterman. 26 June 18 - The Mekong River Commission and the Japan International Cooperation Agency have started a collaborative survey on the protection and enhancement of forests and riverside areas in the Lower Mekong to improve the area' s natural resources use.

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