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Nick Langton

acting country director

Chris Feddersen

program officer

With renewable energy, building prosperity in rural Myanmar

April 29, 2018
Sein Win May has spent more than her share of time in the dark. At 51, she has lived her whole life in Shin Hla, a remote village of about 600 people in Myanmar’s Dry Zone that is accessible only by...

Photo story: Mobile health clinics

April 5, 2018
Across Myanmar's rural Dry Zone, Pact partners with Ooredoo to connect remote villages to essential health care they'd otherwise lack.

Shae Thot project prepares communities in rural Myanmar to lead the way forward

February 20, 2018
The U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) US$70-million Shae Thot – or The Way Forward – project, led by Pact, is ending in March having reduced maternal and child mortality, improved...

Photo story: 'The Way Forward' in Myanmar

January 23, 2018
Something had to change, so Khin Maung San took a chance.

‘Everything is different now’: With integrated development, Myanmar communities transform

January 23, 2018
The Shae Thot project has addressed villages’ most pressing needs, including health, food security and livelihoods. But its unique, integrated model – one focused on making systemic change and...

U.S. Embassy in Burma recognizes women environmental leaders in Myanmar

March 17, 2017
Two winners of the Women of Change Award, Naw Ei Ei Min and Yi Yi Cho, are representatives for Myanmar on the Pact-supported Regional Technical Working Group on Environmental Impact Assessment.

Pact's Ahlin Yaung brings clean, reliable energy to 100,000+ in rural Myanmar

February 8, 2017
Since March 2015, with financial support from Chevron, Shell and ABB, Pact has worked to improve access to renewable energy for families in Myanmar’s Dry Zone region. In response to energy challenges...

For Myanmar’s rural poor, integrated development plants seeds of change

October 17, 2016
Pact is using integrated development to build food security, resilience and local capacity in Myanmar.