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Myanmar: Villagers in areas affected by the 2015 floods - Yangon region (as at 30 December 2015) - Myanmar
The map shows the concentrations of humans in areas that appear to be affected in some way by the 2015 floods (July-September). This is indicated by the MlMU list of possible villages affected by the floods (22 September 2015): The total population of these potentially affected parts of the villages is 9.5 million inhabitants.
MlMU listing is made up of : c) 493 settlements with declared damages from interagency investigations, d) 6,189 settlements with local or regional waters in or around the settlements in satellites used by the MIMU.
Burmese scientist are looking for education in India to stimulate the tigers population.
Myanmar researchers travelled to India this week-end to study how to stimulate the South East Asia population. These efforts are part of a comprehensive engagement to redouble the population of the tigers by 2022. Burma has the world's biggest wildlife area for tigers, but is very thinly inhabited.
The poachers are endangered by depletion and depletion of habitats. Under the leadership of Wildlife Conservation Society wildlife conservation experts Hla Naing, the mission meeting with the Wildlife Institute of India and visiting the Rajaji tigers reserve in the Indian state of Uttarakhand to study strategy to increase the densities of the Hukawng Valley population.
"There is a lot of room to grow the population of tigers in Myanmar, as the land has the biggest tigerscape in the game. We' re learnin' a lot about how to plan and manage tigers at home in the hopes of great results in the future," Hla Naing tells The Times of India.
After a 2014 population survey 2,226 giants live in India, that is about 60 per cent of the population of 3,890. It has increased its population from 1,141 in 2006 to 1,706 in 2010 and 2,226 in 2014. The Global Tigers Forum (GTF), an organisation that co-ordinates global effort to help defend the region, has declared its willingness to support Myanmar in its programmes to do so.
"Much of Myanmar is affected by extremeism, which is an important roadblock in the tigers' protections. There is still plenty of room for the implementation of the Tigers Protection Managment Scheme declared by WII researchers and now shown to the local Rajaji team.
It contains ways and means to preserve the tiger's environment and build personnel capacities with infrastructures, communications and arms to guarantee the tiger's protection," GTF General Sec. SP Yadav said to the Times of India. The WII Executive VB Mathur said nations such as Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh have increased their population of tigers by introducing four-phase Indian-developed tigers population assessment programmes, and added that Myanmar could profit from the same methodologies.
Of the 14 nations with fierce animal population, the numbers only increase in Bhutan, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nepal and Russia. Townspeople in Kayin state in February 2016 murdered a fierce animal that tried to tear them apart while fish. The Karen Wildlife Conservation Initiative cameras trapped pictures of wildlife in a largely uncharted wood in Kayin State in March 2017.