Myanmar, one of the most biodiverse countries in the world, is facing serious threats from deforestation, pollution, wildlife crime, and climate change. To raise awareness of these pressing environmental issues and the importance of protecting Myanmar’s biodiversity, the European Union is launching “Doh Gabar” (Our Earth), a six-week multimedia digital exhibition featuring the creative works of Myanmar visual artists, celebrities, and eco-champions.
The European Union, with its Member States, is the world’s biggest donor of development assistance and among the first global trading partners and foreign investors. As a Union promoting peace, stability and a rules-based global order, it is faced with many challenges as well as opportunities in an increasingly complex and inter-connected world. Prosperity and peace in the EU’s neighbourhood and beyond are crucial for the EU’s own stability and security. This is why the European Union is proposing an increase in its current budget for the next Multiannual Financial Framework. A true geopolitical actor also needs an ambitious budget to deliver.
Organized by: SECIM 2 UNIDO and MOFALI
Date and venue: 3 June 2020, Armono and Research and Development Institute of Light Industry, Khan-Uul district
Participants: EU Delegation, MOFALI, EU funded SECIM project, EU funded TRAM project, herder cooperatives, Research Development Institute, Darkhan Minj LLC and other private sector representatives, Mongolian University of Science and Technology, Erdene TVET, Mongolia-Korea Poly-technical College