ADRA News

Livelihoods

SURE: Establishing Coffee Nurseries in Keilung

A key activity in the MFAT and ADRA New Zealand funded SURE project has revolved around cultivating community nurseries in target villages such as Lungngo, Sempi, Balei and Vawti by providing technical support and materials to local farmers.

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Livelihoods

SURE: Thriving Nurseries

The SURE project has made efforts to develop nurseries in 6 villages. With lockdown and travel restrictions imposed following the outbreak of COVID-19 in Myanmar, it has been impossible to visit the nurseries and monitor their progress.

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CASE2LEARN

CASE2Learn Launch and Orientation

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.

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CASE2LEARN

CASE+: RISE Baseline Report Launch

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.

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News

Staff Retreat 2019

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.

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News

ADRA International Launches Official Rebrand

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.

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News

Farewell to our Finance & Administration Director

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.

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Education

Tailor at the Banyantree

It’s a mother who has to tell Naw Paw Wah’s story. The young girl cannot tell it herself because she is deaf and was asked to leave school the same year she began.

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