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Contacts

Nick Langton

acting country director
nlangton@pactworld.org

Chris Feddersen

program officer
cfeddersen@pactworld.org

Ma Lin Lin

Empowering women entrepreneurs: Lin Lin’s story

July 9, 2014
Imagine making $4 per day. Now imagine that money has to support a family of six. For Lin Lin, a 30-year-old wife and mother in Myanmar, that was her reality. In the Coca-Cola-produced video, “Every...

UNDP transfers microfinance funds, assets to Pact

June 4, 2014
In 1997 the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) began the “Sustainable Microfinance to Improve the Livelihoods of the Poor” – the pioneer microfinance project in Myanmar. After 17 years of...

New partnership in Myanmar a model for development

June 3, 2014
Pact, USAID and Chevron/Unocal recently signed a landmark Public Private Partnership (PPP) agreement that acknowledges the shared commitment of the signing partners to support integrated health and...

USAID, Chevron, Pact ink Myanmar partnership

May 28, 2014
A pivotal Public Private Partnership (PPP) agreement was signed today at an official ceremony in Yangon between the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Chevron/Unocal Myanmar...

Empowering local communities through partnerships

October 29, 2013
In the first 10 years of partnership with Chevron in Myanmar, our commitment has improved the quality of life of thousands of people across 1,200 communities.

Union minister visits USAID project site

June 10, 2013
Pact Myanmar hosted a visit by H.E. Dr. Daw Myat Myat Ohn Khin, Union Minister of Social Welfare, to Kan Taw village in Pakokku Township. The visit marked the first for a cabinet-level official to a...
Young woman in Myanmar

New video: Chevron + Pact empowering communities

June 5, 2013
In 2003 in Myanmar, one of the poorest nations on the planet, Chevron and Pact made the impractical decision to go to work in partnership to do the right thing: Help impoverished villages build their...

Taw Chaung Lay

February 13, 2013
Who needs Pact and Chevron? Not the 600-person village of Taw Chaung Lay (pronounced Toe Chowng Lee). And that's just fine with Pact and Chevron, partners in the landmark Strengthening Community...

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