Open information about international assistance to Myanmar
International assistance plays a vital role in supporting Myanmar’s historic transformation. As Myanmar continues to move forward, it is important that we all know how aid is being used and what results are being achieved.
Making aid transparent helps to ensure aid goes where it is most needed. By ensuring open access to aid information a wider group of stakeholders are able to clearly see who is doing what and where? Access to better quality aid information also supports the equitable allocation of resources, both sectorally and geographically, ensuring that all Myanmar people can benefit.
Aid transparency isn't just about numbers. Results matter too. Open access to aid information means that the people of Myanmar are better able to see the impact that aid activities have in their communities. This also helps other countries learn what may work, or not work, in their country.
Endorsed by the Government of Myanmar and development partners at the first Myanmar Development Cooperation Forum in January 2013, the Nay Pyi Taw Accord sets out a vision for effective development cooperation in Myanmar.
To support the implementation of the Nay Pyi Taw Accord, an Action Plan is in the final stages of preparation. The Action Plan focuses on translating Accord commitments into concrete joint actions with tangible, time bound results.
With so much happening in Myanmar today, it can be hard to keep track of what's going on. Our online calendar helps keep you up-to-date with key meetings, workshops and other events. The calendar can also be integrated into iCal or Outlook, or accessed online.
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An online knowledge-base where government, development partners, civil society and others can find a wide variety of documents,from donors strategies to meeting minutes.
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This resource is provided through a joint effort by the Foreign Economic Relations Department (FERD) and the Development Partners Working Committee (DPWC).
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