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CESD studies fish harvest in Twante

Recently, CESD staff travelled to Twante, situated south-east of Yangon, to do further research on the aquaculture sector in the township. The research is a part of CESD’s engagement with the Myanmar Sustainable Aquaculture Programme(MYSAP), funded by the European Union and GIZ. (more…)

CESD’s Quarterly newsletter for Q2 released

We are happy to announce that our 2018 Q2 Quarterly newsletter has been released! During the 2nd Quarter, CESD has been active across several research areas including aquaculture, labour reforms, trade and economic development. Notably, CESD was able to share its research findings at the McGill University in Canada and co-organized the BIMSTEC Cooperation Summit in Yangon. Check out our second quarter newsletter on our recent research, events, and insights. Please direct any inquiries to media.cesd@gmail.com.

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CESD organises seminar on Advancing BIMSTEC cooperation

On June 14 and 15 the Centre for Economic and Social Development co-organised a conference at the Park Royal hotel in Yangon on how to Advance BIMSTEC  Cooperation together with the Delhi Policy Group (DPG), the Asia Foundation and the Myanmar Institute of Strategic and International Studies (MISIS).

The conference was attended by representatives from government, business and civil society from the BIMSTEC countries and addressed policy areas such as Trade and Economic Integration, Multi-modal Connectivity, Energy, People to People contact as well as other pertinent topics such as Gender, Food Security and Climate Resilience. (more…)

CESD conducts rapid assessment study in Ayeyarwaddy region

Recently, a group of researchers from the Centre for Social and Economic Development (CESD) conducted a rapid assessment study of aquaculture in Maubin and Twante townships in Ayeyarwaddy region as a part of its engagement with the Myanmar Sustainable Aquaculture Program (MYSAP). During the study researchers tried to identify the different components and characteristics of the aquaculture value chain by conducting focus groups and field visits. The researchers also had the chance to interact with fish farmers and fish pond owners thereby identifying some of the key challenges and issues that are being faced by them. All of the information gathered will be useful when the CESD is drafting the National Aquaculture Development Plan (NADP).

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