The project will support government's policy of strengthening resilience through rural livelihoods and village infrastructure by incorporating climate and disaster risk considerations in planning, design and implementation of community interventions. The project will also build capacities of villagers, township and village tract level administrations and strengthen mechanisms in delivering basic services and livelihood support to the poorest communities in rural Myanmar. It will adopt a proven community based development approach to deliver community infrastructure and livelihood projects to 25 poor townships covering 1,000 village tracts and an estimated 4,000 villages, covering approximately 600,000 households.
Department of Rural Development
Office No. 14 Na Pyi Taw, Myanmar
Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation
Office Bldg No. 15, Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar
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