Aye Mya Thinzar is a Research Assistant at CESD with the Food Security Policy and Rural Development Program. Prior to joining CESD, she was a Project Assistant at E Guard Environmental Services, responsible for organizing stakeholder engagement meetings, conducting social surveys and supporting household surveys.
She was a recipient of the Nagao Natural Environment Foundation’s Scholarship and attended the joint Seminar on Forest Cooperation by Daegu University, Republic of Korea and University of Forestry, Myanmar in 2014.
- Myanmar and English
- Bachelor of Science (Forestry), University of Forestry, Myanmar, 2014
- “Forest Management – How we manage forests for recreation?” University of Forestry, Myanmar 2014
- “Tropical Silviculture,” University of Forestry, Myanmar 2014
- “Protected Area System and Wildlife Management – Challenge within species”, University of Forestry, Myanmar 2013