Network for Environment and Economic Development | Land Portal | Sécurisation des droits fonciers à travers les données ouvertes
Acronym: 
NEED
Phone number: 
( +95) 9421769254

Emplacement

NEED ECO village School Farm
Nyaung Bin Thar Yar Village
Hmaw Bi Township , Yangon
Birmanie
Yangon MM
Working languages: 
birman
anglais

Network for Environment and Economic Development (NEED) educates, trains and empowers the next generation of Burmese civil society leaders in sustainable agriculture, environmental conservation and community-based economic development in order to protect the livelihood, interests, and human rights of all Burmese people. NEED-Burma provides an experiential and multi-ethnic learning environment for motivated Burmese youth to learn alternative and traditional agriculture techniques.

Through the motivation and education of social change-makers within Burmese civil society, so that they may engage in sustainable development by putting critical thinking and theory into practice. Through the exploration of alternative development paths that takes into consideration the diverse ethnicities, religions, local knowledge and cultures of Burma.

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Rapports et recherches
mars 2007
Myanmar

Table of Contents: Mangrove Deforestation, Shrimp Farming, and the Survival of the Coastal... Land Confiscation in Burma: Whose land is it?... Shwe Gas Pro ect and the Impact on Arakan State... A Brief History of Rice Agriculture and Chemical Fertilizer Use in Arakan State

Rapports et recherches
mars 2007
Myanmar

Table of Contents: Mangrove Deforestation, Shrimp Farming, and the Survival of the Coastal...
Land Confiscation in Burma: Whose land is it?...
Shwe Gas Pro ect and the Impact on Arakan State...

A Brief History of Rice Agriculture and Chemical Fertilizer Use in Arakan State

Rapports et recherches
juillet 2006
Myanmar

Contents:
1. Introduction
1.1 Purpose of Discussion Paper
2. Background History
2.1 Ethnic Politics and Military Interference
3. Land tenure legislation (1948-62)
3.1 Earlier a brief period of Democracy (1948-1962)
3.2 Under BSBP rule (1962 - 1988)
3.3 Under Military ruling (1988 - Up to now)

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