Yesterday on the 24 October 2019, the 'Vocational Education to Support IDPs and Host Communities' or VESI project was launched at Summit Park View Hotel, Yangon for an orientation workshop. The orientation kicked off at 9am with 33 participants from ADRA Myanmar and partner organizations; AVSI People for Development and FRC 'Finnish Refugee Council'.

The LIFT 'Livelihoods and Food Security Fund' funded project will be base...

This week, the CASE2Learn project was launched at the Hilton Hotel, Nay Pyi Taw on the 3 September 2019 with orientation for the project following til the 5 September. The CASE2Learn project supports over 300,000 indigenous teachers and students in 9 States and Regions throughout Myanmar. The European Union funded EUR $20 million project will be implemented between 2019 and 2023 by ADRA Myanmar and its implementing partner RIS...

ADRA Myanmar celebrates 35 years of service to the people of Myanmar since 1984 by holding a special Gala dinner for staff, partners, donors and Government representatives on the 30 May 2019 at Summit Parkview Hotel in Yangon.

As guests entered the event upon registering, they could have their photo taken at the ADRA booth and walk around the photo exhibition of ADRA Myanmar's 4 sectors: Sustainable Livelihoods, Education, Heal...

On the 27th May 2019, Yangon staff held a farewell lunch for Derek Glass our Programs Director in our head office. 

Derek has been serving with ADRA Myanmar since November 2014 (4.5 years) and has greatly contributed to the expansion of the Programs department during this time. 

Staff conveyed their thanks and Derek was presented with a few gifts in recognition of his years of service. 

Derek has been called to work in Emergency...

  Photo: © 2019 ADRA Myanmar | Saw William Po

Yesterday, 23 May 2019, ADRA Myanmar along with CASE+ project partner RISE, hosted a meeting at Summit Parkview Hotel in Yangon. The purpose was to launch the presentation of 2 baseline reports completed on Out of School Children and Teaching and Learning. 

  Photo: © 2019 ADRA Myanmar | Saw William Po

Representatives from ADRA Myanmar, the RISE network, European Union,...

On Friday, 10 May 2019, Yangon staff from ADRA Myanmar participated in Gender Equality training conducted by Gender Specialist Diana Opollo from ADRA Canada.

The training was heavily based on group activities and discussion on key topics including; Gender Equality Concepts, Gender Mainstreaming, GBV Gender Based Violence, and SEA Sexual Exploitation and Abuse. 

Staff were often split into male and female groups to discuss perspe...

Each year, ADRA Myanmar staff from both the field and support office, join together for a capacity building based staff retreat. This year we went international and travelled to Bangkok, Thailand staying at the Avani Atrium Hotel from 10-14 March. 

Capacity Building and training activities included; Safety and Security training, Gender training, project presentations by Project Managers, Fraud and Corruption training, Finance t...

During an ADRA network meeting hosted in Jordan over the last few weeks with Country Directors and other ADRA staff in attendance from different offices around the globe, ADRA International launched the official rebrand of ADRA. 

Changes to the logo, colour palette, fonts, stationary, motto, purpose, sectors and vision, have all been designed to create ONE ADRA in an effort to ensure standardisation of the ADRA brand and to mak...

Last week, we said farewell to Herinjanahary Fleur Henrisse (Hery) our Finance & Administration Director. We commemorated the event by holding a farewell luncheon at the Corriander Leaf in Yangon with Head Office staff in attendance. 

Hery has served ADRA Myanmar for the past 4 years and has made a positive contribution to the work we do here in Myanmar. She has improved the capacity of her team, particularly in Sunplus Tr...

Graduation ceremonies were held for GTHS (Government Technical High School) teachers who underwent ToT training (Training of Teachers), an activity of ADRA Myanmar's SEAQE-TVET project in Thailand last week on the 28 May 2018.

9 teachers from GTHS Hpa-An participated in the training at 3 colleges in Maesot and Tak, Thailand. 4 teachers attended training at Maesod Technical College in House Wiring (air conditioner repa...

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