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Burma Short Programme 1
Specifically designed for a very short stay in Myanmar, this programme offers only a view of the stunning Shwe Dagon Pagoda and its verdant gardens and surroundings. It is Yangon International Airport. Yangon Orienteering Yangon, if there is enough free space. The Sule Pagoda - the symbol of Yangon Downtown Centre, Chaukhtatgyi Reclining Buddha Image.
After all, you will be visiting the Shwedagon Pagoda - one of the wonder of the while. Accommodation in Yangon. Breakfast at the motel in the mornings. Journey to Thanlyin (Syrium/30 minutes) from Port City of Ancient Mon Dynasty. From the Thanlyin Morgenmarkt, Kyeik Khauk Pagoda, head to Kyauk-Maw-Wun (Ye-Le-Paya) in Kyauk Tan and back to Yangon, on the way to Kyaik Khauk Pagod.
Return to Yangon and on to Bogyoke Markets (except Monday) & Chinese City. Accommodation in Yangon. Breakfast at the hotel in the morning. Transfers to Yangon International Airport for departures. Töpferdorf, the modest souvenir shop and the Shwe Sandaw Pagoda are some of the high points you can watch when you look at the sundown.
Short-term consultant (Myanmar National) for environmental and social counselling
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The mission's objective is for a national consultant to help Myanmar with programme assistance, activity management and comunication. Administrative assistance with the Advisory Services Operation Portal (ASOP) for entering information for the supervision and report of programme results and results and for maintaining databases to monitor the results of projects; maintenance of customer, consultant and other actors participating in projects in the form of a databank; participation in projects documentations such as draft notices, permit applications, briefs and presentation; organisation of conferences, workshop and other gatherings by prepareing/translating agenda, saving appointments, establishing contacts with attendees, preparation of the logistic.
Contacting Myanmar authorities, preparing material in Myanmar's own languages as needed and/or reviewing translatable documentation for or by GOM, ensuring that GOM meets and responds to GOM-inquiries. Translation or procure/check Myanmar's material into English and back, as needed. Coordination of programme areas such as training for the personal sectors, liaison with World Bank assistance to the Myanmar authorities, dedicated public intervention and research.
Supporting the head of the Myanmar NGO projects in her roles - strategy formulation, in-house coverage, donor coverage, briefing, presentations, etc. Environment and community science, resource planning, privatisation, and community projects; good understand the activities of the Myanmar authorities and their structures (including familiarity with public policies, norms and regulations) in relation to environment and community affairs; good awareness of the activities of privately owned companies and related problems; good networking of stakeholders involved in environment and community affairs in Myanmar;
A minimum of five years' working experiences for governments, corporations or donor-funded programs; good interpersonal and interpersonal abilities and a demonstrated track records of effective work in a multidisciplinary and cultural collaborative setting; ability to work on one' s own and to take the lead when problems arise; outstanding spoken and writing English and Myanmar communications abilities.