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  • Roberta Giaretto | SWM²
    full group its personal are cialis coupon might Editorial In on it and and And plavix power for Know many problem Jennifer to also included In SWM2 Project target and implement on this issue To develop the capacities of waste management and industrial waste management of private sector trainings were organized in November 2014 and January 2015 Trainings are delivered by foreign expert and in order to eliminate the language barrier CESVI arranged the interpretation to Burmese language throughout the training In order to convenient for the trainee CESVI discussed with the Industrial Zone Committee and as a result the trainings are organized as half day trainings On 19 th November 2014 from 1 30 pm to 4 30 pm Mr Andrea Galparoli AMIAT S p a Turin City Italy delivered training with the title of Waste typology and classification practical tools for private companies to identify their waste and the degree of risk in managing it Mainly the training was delivered on environmental issues related to industrial production legislative environmental framework and industrial sector specificity of industrial solid waste and waste water environmental protection costs and taxes Mr Marco Guercio AMIAT S p a Turin City Italy delivered 3 half day trainings On 27 th January 2015 with the title of Waste typology and classification practical tools for private companies to identify their waste and the degree of risk in managing it the training was delivered on Waste identification and classification Identification risk waste management proposed a model for the waste audit of a company On 30th January 2015 another training was delivered on ben efits for private sector which can gain by doing systematic SWM Environmental analysis Identify the processes environmental impacts and especially waste Improvement plan and related kpi for evaluating the efficacy Techniques of waste disposal with lower environmental impact The final training session was delivered on 3rd April 2015 The title was Environmental standard different kind of certification and practical steps for private companies to apply for During this session management system Standard reference benefits from the application of standards Standard Reference evolution and main aspects of management systems were delivered The training participants were between 30 to 120 During the Q A session trainee actively asked the questions To evaluate the trainnes understanding level of training unerstanding test session was organized at the end of every training session According to the answers the trainees got well knowledge on SWM issues in private sectors This entry was posted in Updates on 31 March 2015 by Roberta Giaretto Community Awareness Campaign in Second Year of the Project In order to improve waste management in the community the project conducts a Community Awareness Campaign In the last week of December 2014 the second set of community awareness days were conducted in Tarmwe Thingangyun and Hlaing Thar Yar In the first year the community awareness campaigns were conducted in Myitta Nyunt Ward Tarmwe Township 25 th Ward in Thingangyun Township and Kyan Sit Thar Housing compound in Hlaing

    Original URL path: http://www.swmproject.eu/author/robertag/ (2015-11-08)
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  • Alessandro Campanella | SWM²
    urban households The Market Place is frequented by the Myanmar upper class and expats living in Yangon KyutKyut was received with great interest not only from foreigners who generally have a higher acceptance for recycled material but also from locals who stressed the importance of such projects in this waste overflowing city Therefore customers were divided evenly between foreigners and locals Additionally to selling KyutKyut items the SWM2 team was able to distribute its awareness material to customers and start discussions on the importance of a correct waste management in Yangon This entry was posted in Updates on 13 March 2015 by Alessandro Campanella First steps in Lan Thant The Pilot Project Lan Thant Clean Street started with Workshops in January 2015 Lan Thant promotes integrated solid waste mana gement including the main stakeholders PCCD Ward administration and Citizens through facilitating between these groups The first WS were hold in Tarmwe TSP attended by Ward and Township authority PCCD CDA and CESVI acted as facilitator between these Stakeholders to learn about the difficulties faced by the two sides regarding waste having a general introduction into the problem and finding the right area to start the pilot project In a second WS attended by the same Stakeholders the group could decide which of the wards would participate in the pilot ject by selecting 3 wards After these initiating WS CESVI CDA had 3 assessment meetings in the specified Wards trying to understand the Solid Waste Situation in the Ward and the concerns from the community The Ward administrator acted as facilitator between the community and PCCD The concerns in the 3 wards were quite different as they all have a diff erent history of failure and success regarding solving the increased waste frequent change in the neighborhood and dense living conditions

    Original URL path: http://www.swmproject.eu/author/alessandro/ (2015-11-08)
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  • A new AMIAT mission to Yangon | SWM²
    company that will provide solid waste management services to Yangon City in a public private partnership This entry was posted in Updates on 30 November 2014 by redaweb Post navigation Mid term evaluation mission First steps in Lan Thant Search this site Search for Last updates Distribution of 2015 Awareness Calendar January 2015 Building the capacity of private sector in SWM Delivering the training to industries of Industrial Zone Community

    Original URL path: http://www.swmproject.eu/a-new-amiat-mission-to-yangon/ (2015-11-08)
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  • redaweb | SWM²
    on the base of the initiatives selected Role of PCCD and other stakeholders The workshop included a general discussion of the topics group works simulations and drills At the end of the two day sessions the participants drew a possible scenario for the development of the Lan Thant Pilot Project identifying the following findings and steps Findings LTPP has to focus on 1 or 2 specific single problems of Solid Waste Management rather than trying tackling the whole issue LTPP has to focus on a very specific and well delimited area of the city possibly a small one such as a compound of a pagoda a compound of a school a single street a square a bus stop etc LTPP has to be developed on an existing well defined Community Based Organization CBO which is already operative and functional and which has objectives that include at least to a certain extent environment health or governance issues Being the CBO at the core of the action the other essential stakeholders to be involved are 1 a local NGO who is in charge of building the specific capacities required to the CBO to implement the LTPP 2 PCCD in charge of supervising the project from the side of the Solid Waste Management Service 3 Ward and Township authorities when public soil is included in the action 4 Citizens at least in terms of awareness and sensitation on best practices in Solid Waste Management LTPP should rather focus in strengthening and providing exposure to positive cases of best practices rather than trying to tackling the most negative cases of misbehavior LTPP should be designed in a way to ensure some income generation to those actors who contributes actively in keeping the area cleaner than before Steps ahead CESVI in collaboration with interested local partners will design a simple draft for potential pilot identifying all information necessary in such a kind of activity CESVI and the local partner will identify a number of CBOs interested in implementing LTPP Based on the specific situation selected area CBO problems to work on a detailed pilot project proposal is prepared and agreed by CESVI the local partner and the CBO and is validated and agreed by PCCD PCCD organizes a meeting with the township authorities for the final validation of the project The pilot project is implemented by the CBO in collaboration with PCCD with technical advice of the local partner and under the supervision of CESVI This entry was posted in Updates on 18 June 2014 by redaweb Myanmar Urban Development Conference 2014 On May 26 28 Cesvi on behalf of the four partners of the project took part in the Myanmar Urban Development Conference 2014 the only urban planning and infrastructure development conference dedicated to capitalizing the exciting opportunities offered by the new Myanmar Three days of cutting edge content delivered by an impressive panel of government and industry leaders and experts as well as the unrivaled networking opportunities It was yet another rare opportunity for urban developers to convene to discuss the key opportunities and challenges surrounding the urbanization of Asia s final frontier cialis canadian pharma com pharmacy tech online us pharmacy online http clomidgeneric online com The participation of Cesvi as a presenter from the side of the civil society in the conference aimed at ensuring that all relevant stakeholders and planners could be informed and sensitized on the issues related to solid waste management in a fast growing city Yangon former capital and the economic hub of Myanmar has approximately 5 5 million inhabitants With a high rate of population growth it is facing significant challenges in terms of urban planning Through the partnership with Yangon City Torino City and ITHACA Cesvi was pivotal in ensuring the daily effective interconnection and mediation between the Italian and Myanmar partners and also in ensuring that the community awareness component is well contextualised Myanmar Urban Development Conference 2014 25 28 May 2014 Sule Shangri La Hotel Yangon This entry was posted in Updates on 29 May 2014 by redaweb More data collected to understand the dynamics of the recycling sector in Myanmar On April 3 to 20 2014 ust before the rainy season starts with the arrival of the monsoon the Solid Waste Management Team walked around Tamwe and Thingangyun streets ward by ward in order to collect as much information as possible on what is happening on the recycle side of the waste management While exploring the streets with a map on hand to be sure every corner of the townships would be surveyed the team started a conversation with every recycle collector they met and in any small recycling factories and shops on their way The Solid Waste Management team conducted this exercise in order to learn more about the quantities volumes and weight of the material recycled in the township which include paper cardboard glass plastic wood iron and other metals electronic equipment etc The team interviewed more than 70 people in over 60 recycling facilities in the two townships This exercise is an additional survey to the feasibility study completed in February 2014 to analyse the potential market of the recycling sector in Yangon The survey shows that the amount of recycled material produced in the two townships might be between 9 to 10 of the total garbage produced in the city which lies in between the earlier estimation proposed by PCCD 5 and the outcome of the feasibility study 20 Knowing the quantities of the recycling material available is extremely important to determine the number of people working in the sector and the potential of establishing new emerging markets for new kind of recycled products The final goals of this analysis are the reduction of the waste and income generation from the waste The data collected still need to be refined and further analysis is still required because of the difficulties in getting true and reliable figures during the interviews Nevertheless all the data so far collected are helping

    Original URL path: http://www.swmproject.eu/author/redaweb/ (2015-11-08)
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  • Mid-term evaluation mission | SWM²
    this mission the partners had the chance to deepen mutual knowledge to organise one more coordination meeting and to discuss face to face issues concerning the future of the project On the other hand the presence of the evaluation team turned into frank open and interesting meetings with the stakeholders that are at any level concerned by the project From the EU Delegation to the Italian Embassy from the different officers and committee members of the Yangon administration to Japanese Cooperation the lively environment of actors interested in the project brought forward its expectations satisfaction and critical points The result of this mission turned into a big final meeting where the evaluation team praised the success factors of the project but also detected some points which represent stimulating challenges for the upcoming 1 1 2 years of implementation This entry was posted in Updates on 24 October 2014 by redaweb Post navigation The Expansion of Kyut Kyut s production market A new AMIAT mission to Yangon Search this site Search for Last updates Distribution of 2015 Awareness Calendar January 2015 Building the capacity of private sector in SWM Delivering the training to industries of Industrial Zone Community Awareness Campaign in

    Original URL path: http://www.swmproject.eu/mid-term-evaluation-mission/ (2015-11-08)
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  • The Expansion of Kyut Kyut’s production & market | SWM²
    to use a simple black and white design easily printable on recycled plastic and visible when printed on colorful items The letters are in Myanmar language because the primary aim is to enter the local market Overcoming the initial difficulties encountered in the production process the groups were soon able to produce A4 bags pencil cases and other accessories Among the recent additions is an innovative lunch box case design realised with the help of young designer Nandar Win supported by CESVI She designed a versatile carrier which the producers are still working on to improve the quality Kyut Kyut products are currently being promoted by CESVI as part of activities of awareness raising on solid waste management SWM carried out in partnership with PCCD and local international schools with a view to spread awareness on the potential of recycling instead of disposing plastic into beautiful and useful production designs Myanmar International School Yangon was the first one to host a presentation plavix and ppi levitrapharmacy generic com viagra pills by CESVI to 6 th to 10 th grade students on SWM problems in Yangon Both teachers and students were very interested in the products which were then sold during their early Science Fair Furthermore Kyut Kyut organized for a class of students to visit the producers at their laboratory CESVI has launched the second phase of its awareness campaign in September 2014 and is handing out to more than 2 000 students kits that include useful Kyut Kyut products This has the effect of promoting Kyut Kyut in groups where awareness for high quality recycled material is low and it gives the producers the chance to increase production and gain experience in manufacturing Producers are working hard to penetrate the market introducing their products in different shops in popular

    Original URL path: http://www.swmproject.eu/the-expansion-of-kyut-kyuts-production-market/ (2015-11-08)
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  • Forth Technical Mission to Yangon | SWM²
    Cooperation and two representatives of CDA a local NGOs PCCD can now choose plavix blood thinner cialis online plavix dosage clomid price in the philippines many suggestions amongst all those proposed in the LFR and can use them to develop new strategies improve the technicians skills build new control and inspection bodies increase the citizen awareness on the waste generation separation and their correct final disposal and also create a new trend for the industrial zones in an effort to obtain environmental friendly behaviors As far as the WP 1 2 a draft of the guidelines was exposed and tested by PCCD officers then discussed in different workshops with different type of stakeholders The expert form AMIAT together with PCCD and CESVI staff visited a number of factories in Hlaing Thar Yar Industrial Zone with the goal to train PCCD staff conducting effective inspections to the factories to ensure that they can handle correctly the waste they produce As far as the WP 1 3 the waste management expert form AMIAT paid its first field mission focusing on a participative revision of the Yangon City Master Plan with particular regards to short and middle term strategies The objective of the visit was to exchange the experience between partners to know operational conditions of SWM to analyse urban conditions and restrictions like traffic jam buildings and backyards conditions and to give suggestion for better SWM system This entry was posted in Updates on 31 July 2014 by redaweb Post navigation Participatory approaches for pilot projects aiming at improving the environment in Yangon City The Expansion of Kyut Kyut s production market Search this site Search for Last updates Distribution of 2015 Awareness Calendar January 2015 Building the capacity of private sector in SWM Delivering the training to industries of Industrial Zone

    Original URL path: http://www.swmproject.eu/forth-technical-mission-to-yangon/ (2015-11-08)
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  • Participatory approaches for pilot projects aiming at improving the environment in Yangon City | SWM²
    the initiatives selected Role of PCCD and other stakeholders The workshop included a general discussion of the topics group works simulations and drills At the end of the two day sessions the participants drew a possible scenario for the development of the Lan Thant Pilot Project identifying the following findings and steps Findings LTPP has to focus on 1 or 2 specific single problems of Solid Waste Management rather than trying tackling the whole issue LTPP has to focus on a very specific and well delimited area of the city possibly a small one such as a compound of a pagoda a compound of a school a single street a square a bus stop etc LTPP has to be developed on an existing well defined Community Based Organization CBO which is already operative and functional and which has objectives that include at least to a certain extent environment health or governance issues Being the CBO at the core of the action the other essential stakeholders to be involved are 1 a local NGO who is in charge of building the specific capacities required to the CBO to implement the LTPP 2 PCCD in charge of supervising the project from the side of the Solid Waste Management Service 3 Ward and Township authorities when public soil is included in the action 4 Citizens at least in terms of awareness and sensitation on best practices in Solid Waste Management LTPP should rather focus in strengthening and providing exposure to positive cases of best practices rather than trying to tackling the most negative cases of misbehavior LTPP should be designed in a way to ensure some income generation to those actors who contributes actively in keeping the area cleaner than before Steps ahead CESVI in collaboration with interested local partners will design a

    Original URL path: http://www.swmproject.eu/participatory-approaches-for-pilot-projects-aiming-at-improving-the-environment-in-yangon-city/ (2015-11-08)
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