2nd Basic and advance tailoring training started on 14th November 2019, provided as a part of income restoration program for Zone B PAPs is successfully finished on 15th January 2020 at Myaing Tharyar Kindergarten, Nyaung Wine Village Tract, Kyauktan. First of all, TSMC gave the opening speech and awarded the certificates for those trainees who are outstanding during the training period of basic and advance.
10th Thilawa Community Coordination (TCC) meeting was held at Myanmar-Japan Thilawa Development Office (MJTD) on 10th January 2020. Total 30 participants; officers from MJTD, village administrators, representatives from project affected persons (PAPs) and project affected communities (PACs), Thilawa SEZ Management Committee (TSMC) and JICA Expert Team attended the meeting.
Monthly Vulnerable People Program (VPP) provision and Quarterly Monitoring were conducted on 20th and 23rd December 2019
Monthly Vulnerable People Program (VPP) was provided on 20th December 2019 and quarterly vulnerable people program monitoring was followed to vulnerable families on 23rd December 2019. According to the monitoring result in this time, one household which is entitled with VPP criteria was added to Vulnerable People Program starting from the month of December 2019. Basic foodstuffs (rice and oil) are provided for those total 56 family members from 24 vulnerable households.
The basic food stuffs (rice and oil) were provided on 27th November 2019 for 54 family members from 23 households who are entitled with Vulnerable People Program criteria among Zone B project affected people (PAPs). Vulnerable People Program has been providing by monthly since March, 2018 and quarterly monitoring is followed in order to monitor the changes of household characteristic and socio-economic condition of vulnerable PAHs and to provide the recommendations in the implementation of Vulnerable People Program to improve effectiveness.
2nd basic and advanced tailoring training was provided as a part of Income Restoration Program (IRP) activities for Zone B Project Affected Persons (PAPs) who want to learn sewing and to generate their family income by working in the garment factory or starting the small sewing business at home.