United Nations Myanmar Monthly Newsletter - January 2021

In this newsletter

  • Myanmar on the brink of graduating from the category of Least Developed Countries (LDC)
  • Myanmar launches the National Youth Policy Strategic Plan (2020-2024) with UN support
  • UNFPA delivers 40,000 COVID-19 Ag Test Kits to the Government of Myanmar
  • UNICEF partners with Rakuten Viber to amplify voices of youth in Myanmar
  • UNICEF joins hands with Government of Japan to build resilience to crisis in Myanmar
  • Investing in Community Engagement can help Transform Lives
  • UNDP handed over teleconferencing equipment to the Kachin State Government
  • How the pandemic gave rise to an unlikely dream for an internally displaced woman in Kachin
  • Youth Integrity empowerment: building integrity and ethics among the leaders of tomorrow
  • Panel discussion on gender and corruption
  • Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. supports Myanmar’s Health Sector with
  • JPY 1.1 billion to the UNOPS-managed Access to Health Fund
  • When no one is left behind: A coordinated migration response during Covid-19
  • UNESCO puts culturally sensitive communication on the map in Myanmar
  • Myanmar Youth take on active role in safeguarding intangible cultural heritage
  • Songs and peer education to teach comprehensive sexuality education
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