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Innovative Library Award Giving Ceremony

State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi attended "All who can read should read" event and also "Innovative Library Award Giving" ceremony which was held in Nay Pyi Taw on 21st December 2018..
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2019-01-14 02:48:31

"Leadership Summit" of Tech Age Girls Myanmar Project

Celebrating the "Leadership Summit" of Tech Age Girls Myanmar project on 20th December in Nay Pyi Taw.  This year event was jointly done with WaterAid which is sponsoring for community projects by TAGs..
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2019-01-13 04:56:45

MBAPF Signed MOU with Ooredoo Myanmar

MBAPF Signed MOU with Ooredoo Myanmar on special occasion of “All who can read should read” event in Nay Pyi Taw on 20.12.18. Under this MoU, Ooredoo Myanmar will sponsor for free internet with unlimited data for two years, devices and main sponsor of Tech Age Girls Myanmar Project. News Coverage by Global New Light of MyanmarGulf Times.
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2019-01-05 05:43:09

Let’s Read Project

2016 February - Onward: MBAPF partnering with Myanmar Library Association, Daw Khin Kyi Foundation, Ministry of Education and International Organization, Room to Read kick off Let's Read Project throughout Myanmar. Although we did for 20 schools from Mandalay, Ayeyarwady and Yangon Region, we can extend up to 70 libraries so far. We really thankful to all partners, especially Room to Read for comi.
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2019-01-05 05:38:59

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