Township Level Basic Disaster Management Course (Mingalar Taung Nyut Township)

  Under ECHO funded program “Building Resilience: Actions for Strengthened Institutions, Communities and Systems in Myanmar”, UN-Habitat, member of Myanmar Consortium for Community Resilience (MCCR), is conducting 5 days (17-21 September 2018) training on ” Basic Disaster Management Course” to township disaster management committee members and other relevant officials from Mingalar Taung Nyut townships. This

UN-Habitat participated in the 2nd Earthquake Forum of Yangon Region

   13-14 July 2018, Yangon Technical University, Yangon According to its geological location, Yangon, Myanmar’s largest city is situated only about 30 kilometers away from the Sagaing fault. The population of Yangon is about 10% of the whole country and city contributes to almost one third of national GDP. Yangon, not only the economic engine

Handing Over of Multi-purposed Cyclone Shelter in Labutta

   12 June 2018 – A handing over ceremony of a Multi-purposed Cyclone Shelter together with an Overhead rain water harvesting tank and double unit toilet for Oo Yin Kone village of Labutta township took place on 10 June 2018. U Hla Maung Thein, Director General of Environmental Conservation Department, U Htun Hla, Parliamentarian of



Throughout 2016, UN-Habitat together with the Netherlands Creative Industries, launched five Urban Planing and Design projects in Tacloban, Philippines; Gaza, Palestine; Acra, Ghana, Mecixo City and Yangon, Myanmar. This was documented by Media HQ in seven compelling films that showcase the innovative approach of bringing a network of international expertise together in order to support