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Library Period, Monitoring and Support workshop - Let's Read project

We are very proud of reenergizing more 20 school libraries by the aid of MaxPower Thaketa Co., Ltd as a second time together with Myanmar Library Association (MLA), Room to Read (RtR) and Ministry of Education. Our project has already reached up to 76 government schools within one year. .
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2019-11-13 17:18:14

Parents and teachers are responsible for their children's reading habit by MRTV-4

2019-10-17 09:39:29

We would like to express our sincere thanks to all the organizers and sponsors the Asian Festival of Children Content 2019.We are honored to promote Myanmar as Country of Focus for 2019 AFCC. We are grateful to all 25 Myanmar authors, illustrators, cartoonists and publishers for their active participation.Special thanks to Singapore Book Council, National Library Board Of Singapore, Myanmar Publis.
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2019-09-12 05:23:18

Ooredoo Myanmar has been awarded the Asia’s Business Leaders Award 2019 “Corporate Social Responsibility Program of the Year”

The statement says, Ooredoo has used its technology to fulfil its vision of “Enriching people’s digital lives”. Ooredoo Myanmar has partnered with Myanmar Book Aid and Preservation Foundation (MBAPF) since September 2014 to transform public libraries into digital community centres. Since the program started in September 2014, Ooredoo’s total investment in the “Transformation of Community.
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2019-08-22 15:02:27

Child Friendly libraries opening ceremony of {16} schools - Let's Read Project

School libraries opening ceremony of {16} schools was held at No-1, Basic Education Middle School, Dagon Township on July 26, 2019 by Yangon Region Government's Support. "Let's Read" project has been started since 2018 and expended over {154} schools now. News Covered by :1. 7Day TV2. 7Day News Journal Let's Read Myanmar ---------------------------------------------------- https://www.faceb.
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2019-07-31 04:07:42

Call for Short Term Consultants, Terms of Reference for External Evaluation

Myanmar’s education sector has been neglected over many decades and is facing a series of challenges, one of which is the important dropout rate from formal schooling system (30% dropped out after primary school and 85% after high school). At present, over 5 million school-age children and young people are out of the schooling system with serious literacy problems.The Ministry of Education h.
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2019-07-04 05:27:51