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Female migrants face challenges at home and abroad

By May Thet Hnin MYANMAR women are increasingly facing pressures to find work overseas, observers said at a Myanmar Women’s Labour Migration and Gender Mainstreaming round table held in Y...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Bangladesh considers proposal for 300,000 tonnes of Myanmar rice

Bangladesh and Myanmar are exploring a trade deal involving 300,000 tonnes of Myanmar rice, according to a report in yesterday’s edition of the Myanma Alin Daily newspaper. A delegation l...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Public Service Motivation, PSM

Dr.Khine Khine Win For the past three days I attended the 2017 Knowledge Forum on Public Service Motivation which was held in Nay Pyi Taw, MICC-2 organized by USCB and UNDP. I had a great...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Implementation of Two-in-One Project

By Khin Maung Oo In building up the nation collaboratively, we need those who would like to work in the interest of the public more than the ones who work for their own personal interest....


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

No boundary and limit for development based on knowledge

At an event honoring outstanding Tatmadaw members and sons and daughters of Tatmadaw members who passed the 2016-2017 matriculation examination and outstanding youths held in Zeyathiri Ha...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Pyithu Hluttaw: Education is biggest investment for Myanmar

Thura Zaw (Myanmar News Agency) In yesterday’s Pyithu Hluttaw meeting U Win Maw Htun, Deputy Minister for Education, replied to questions about matriculation certificates, incorrect measu...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Ford vehicles assembled in Myanmar for the first time

Ford Motor Company recently announced the assembly of Ford vehicles in a newly built facility in Myanmar through a formal agreement with its local partners, RMA Group and Capital Automoti...


From Global New Light Of Myanmar

Four Border Police Missing in Rakhine State Boating Accident

The police officers were reportedly returning from clearance operations in Buthidaung Township when their vessel capsized in a river.

The post From The Irrawaddy

Satirist Feels ‘Restraint’ After Recent Arrest

The Irrawaddy speaks with the columnist charged—and then released—under Article 66(d) about his arrest, self-censorship, and current writing.

The post From The Irrawaddy

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