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The first Singapore Literature Exchange Programme (SEA LIT Programme) organized by MBAPF and Singapore Book Council

News Coverage by :1. MM Times2. The Voice Journal

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Gender Empowerment and Innovation Award

Tech Age Girls Myanmar Project received prestigious “Gender Empowerment and Innovation Award” from ISIF Asia, at the 13th Internet Governance Forum at UNESCO Headquarter in Paris on 13th November 2018. .
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2019-01-05 05:37:41

Coverage of talk on importance of Media and Information Literacy

The Global New Light of MyanmarThe Mirror Daily.
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2019-01-05 05:35:19

Let's Read Project on Channel 7 “Good morning Myanmar” Programme"

“Let’s Read Project” details were discussed over Channel 7 “Good morning Myanmar” Programme..
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2019-01-05 05:29:11

Launching of all 20 school libraries under our “Let’s Read Project”

Launching of all 20 school libraries under our “Let’s Read Project” in Mandalay, Yangon and Maubin (Ayeyarwaddy). This is the collaborative effort of MBAPF with Room To Read, Myanmar Library Association, Daw Khin Kyi Foundation and Ministry of Education.  Objective of the project is to promote the reading habit through “Child Friendly Libraries”. Myanmar TimesThe VoiceMRTV.
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2019-01-05 05:26:46

ISIF Asia 2018 Gender Empowerment and Innovation Award

MBAPF is honoured to receive prestigious “ISIF Asia 2018 Gender Empowerment and Innovation Award” for our Tech Age Girls Myanmar project. This award was chosen from 122 nominations around the world and we are very pleased that we are chosen.  Our gratitude goes to all our trainers, project manager particularly Daw Ah Win and Daw Sandra Chit Hpo and all the active participants of Tech Age .
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2019-01-05 05:08:16

Myanmar Times coverage of our “Let’s Read Project”

2019-01-05 05:05:38