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Information Coordinator (1) Position _ National
Care International Myanmar IT, Hardware, & Software
Care International Myanmar
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

Information Coordinator (1) Position _ National

Basic Salary + 13th Month Salary + 14th Month Salary + other Benefits

Grade:                         F

Duty station:              Yangon

Supervisor:                 Director – Strategic Coordination

Purpose of the Role

Increasingly, migrant workers want to access
training before starting work in their chosen career.  There is a lack of easily available
information on training opportunities for Migrant workers, not only about job
opportunities and practical aspects of migration, but also about training. As
part of the CARE-Aung Myin Hmu team The Information Officer will play a key
role in linking training providers with organisations seeking training
opportunities for beneficiaries.

This position responsible for research and
dissemination of training opportunities, safety information and essential
pre-departure and post-arrival information to inform internal migrants
decision-making around seeking training.

Critically, the Information Coordinator is responsible
for developing and maintaining a database of information on training services
and safe migration ensuring that it is available for internal migrants,
training providers and service providers.

Engaging with ‘sending’ organisations and training providers,
this position is expected to develop an information platform, increasing and
improving access to training by internal migrants.

Furthermore, the Information Coordinator is to
manage the relationships with development partners, training providers, Civil
Society Organisations (CSOs), and government agencies in order to inform new
training content that focuses on increasing protection for migrant women in
urban centres.

The role has extensive travel to migrant source
areas in Ayeyarwaddy, Rakhine, central and other parts of Myanmar.



  • Establish and maintain a database of Development Partners, the CSOs and
    other groups who connect migrants with training;
  • Research the training provided by Government agencies, NGOs, Development
    Partners and Private Sector;
  • Research places and organisations to disseminate information including:
    community centres; Sunday Cafes; hostels; industrial zone management offices;
    and the
    Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population (MoLIP) Labour Exchange Offices;
  • Research other streams of information which are being disseminated to
    migrants by various initiatives including LIFT-supported initiatives;
  • Develop an information platform to link training providers, migrants and
    the CSO’s;
  • Support the development of a practical pre departure handbook and
    training for migration hubs: Yangon, Pathein, Mandalay and Bago including
    travel and accommodation details, services, training and employment;
  • In
    cooperation with the AMH Communications Officer, manage the posts on  social media to raise the profile of the
    Training Centre among target groups and to disseminate the training
    opportunities and safety information for migrants;
  • In cooperation with the AMH Communications and Marketing Team support
    the development of IEC including but not limited to posters, brochures, social
    media posts, press releases, banners, etc;
  • Provide support in planning, organizing and executing meetings and
    public events; and
  • Maintain and
    regularly update a database of sources, and ensure systematic filing system for
    documents and all files are placed in a secure place.


  • Support in
    handling media enquiries where appropriate, in close cooperation with the
    Communication officer; and
  • Support to
    produce press releases for key milestones or events.


  • Develop and
    maintain effective relationships with relevant internal and external
    stakeholders; and
  • Participate in  related forums, workshops, meetings, or other
    events as required;


  • To
    proactively participate in the Annual Planning and Performance Appraisal (APPA)
    process including the annual appraisal, midyear review and regular 1:1
    meetings, ensuring that the APPA process (including the paperwork) is an
    integral component of Annual Work Plans and activities as ways of improving
    performance and outcomes;
  • Engage
    in emergency preparedness, assist in any emergency response as required;
  • Promote
    a safe and secure work environment; foster a culture of safety and security
    awareness and ensure compliance with the safety and security policies,
  • Demonstrate an ongoing commitment to Gender Equality, Diversity, Child
    Protection and Protection from Sexual harassment, Exploitation and Abuse; and
  • Comply
    with CARE Myanmar’s financial and operational requirements, foster strong
    communication between operations and program teams and uphold high standards of
    honesty and integrity in personal conduct.


  • Minimum
    Masters’ degree in Communications, Information Management or in related field
    or a Bachelor’s degree with 5 years relevant work experience in related areas
    especially in an International Non-Government Organisation (INGO) or similar
  • Proven
    experience in research;
  • Proven
    experience in networking and engagement with government, civil society
    organisations, and donors;
  • Proven
    experience in effective strategic planning, direction setting, strong
    conceptual, and analytical skills;
  • Demonstrated
    high level organisational and time management skills, including the ability to
    plan, and manage workflows and balance competing priorities to ensure timely
    processing to meet deadlines in a complex environment;
  • Proven
    communication and representation skills including developing networks and
    relationships and presenting technical subjects to both internal and external
  • Demonstrated
    good leadership, decision making, problem solving, analytical and influencing
  • Minimum
    intermediate (very good) written and oral communication skills in English and excellent
    in Myanmar language; and
  • Minimum,
    intermediate (very good) understanding of desktop-based programs, including
    word processing packages and power point. Excellent desktop skills are

To apply for this rewarding position please send a cover letter
stating against the selection criteria maximum 2 sentences for each selection
criteria, along with a current C.V., with a minimum of two professional references, one of which must be from the most
recent line manager and copies of testimonials to the address below not later
than 31st January 2020. Only successful candidate will be
contacted for interview.

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Country Director - Myanmar
Mercy Corps (Civic & social organization)
Mercy Corps
(Civic & social organization)

Programming Yangon, Myanmar


About Mercy Corps

Mercy Corps is a leading global organization powered by the belief that a better world is possible. In disaster, in hardship, in more than 40 countries around the world, we partner to put bold solutions into action — helping people triumph over adversity and build stronger communities from within. Now, and for the future.

Program / Department Summary

Mercy Corps has been present in Myanmar since 2008, focusing its interventions on inclusive economic development, social cohesion, local governance and climate change. In 2019, the programs have contributed to (1) managing conflict, (2) responsive governance and (3) inclusive and green growth in the following ways: (1) More than 200 local authority and civil society leaders, representing 1.5 million people, from 12 Townships across 3 States/Regions, were able to fairly, effectively, and sustainably resolve conflict, address community grievances, and prevent violence due to enhanced mediation and negotiation skills. (2) Responsive governance: Village level development planning processes in 7 Townships in Ayerwaddy Region, reaching 540,000 people, were more inclusive, transparent, and decentralized, and local authorities are more responsive to community development needs. Mercy Corps delivered 1,141 community-identified and managed infrastructure projects as a result of increased and more transparent community consultations, promotion of participatory approaches by government staff and improved coordination between government departments. (3) Inclusive economic growth: More than 10,000 farmers and 800 entrepreneurs gained access to new services, such as private sector-led training, and technology, such as plastic ground covering, through a more inclusive, efficient rice and vegetable market system. 120 Mercy Corps-supported entrepreneurs, largely women and youth, sold 1,000+ energy-efficient cook stoves that reduce emissions and firewood usage by more than 50%.

With funding from a wide variety of bi-lateral, multi – lateral and private donors, Mercy Corps has been able to work together with communities in Myanmar to respond to community needs as well as policy gaps bringing benefit to more than 87,500 households in 10 States and Regions in 2019 alone.

General Position Summary

The Mercy Corps Myanmar Country Director is an innovative and visionary leader responsible for resourcefully managing all programming in Myanmar, resulting in lasting improvement in the lives of Myanmar women and men. S/He has held senior roles in formulating strategic direction within an international development context. The CD has supervisory responsibility for the entire country operations, and line manages 4 team members directly (Director of Program, Finance and Compliance Manager, Senior Human Resources Officer, Operations Manager) with an annual total budget of ca. 7 USD million.  S/he has also responsibility of oversight and implementation of all security protocols. Myanmar’s context is changeable and highly contested in some parts of the country. The CD is responsible for ensuring continued portfolio development in a liquid funding context with all major development, peace and humanitarian donors present. There is a vibrant private sector with whom Mercy Corps already has good relationships. These can and should be further exploited. There are some opportunities for more innovative financing arrangements and capital development and Mercy Corps is in a good place to begin exploring these options more consistently. Ultimately, the CD is accountable for developing a foot-print in the country that is commensurate with the scale of the challenges and Mercy Corps brand.  Therefore, s/he must be interested and able to grow and diversify the port-folio. Mercy Corps places high value on innovative solutions to development and humanitarian issue and creative partnerships in tough environments. S/he is able to provide empowering leadership and must be interesting in creating ownership of national staff. It is critical that s/he is able to operate in sensitive contexts where team members respect each other and place a high value on being able to work together.

Essential Job Responsibilities


  • Formulate, plan and communicate a clear vision of present and future program goals and strategies to team members and stakeholders that translate into concrete programs and work plans.
  • Review the country strategy annually
  • Set direction by prioritizing and organizing actions and resources to achieve program and agency objectives.
  • Use technical support teams collaboratively.
  • Explore, evaluate and present new country and project funding opportunities and grow the portfolio, especially related to climate action; support and direct related fund-raising activities with both institutional and private donors.


  • Ensure that there is continued portfolio development and responsible growth for the entire portfolio
  • Base this growth on both the country strategy objectives and on spontaneous opportunities that present themselves
  • Explore innovative funding and resource development models and new sources of capital


  • Provide empowering leadership and develop the capacity of the team, and lead career development efforts
  • Assist team members with information, tools and resources to improve performance & reach objectives.
  • Manage collaboratively, promote accountability, communicate expectations and provide constructive feedback informally and formally via regular one on ones and performance reviews.
  • Create and sustain a work environment of mutual respect where team members strive to achieve excellence.
  • Hire, orient and lead team members as necessary.


  • Oversee program quality and impact by ensuring programs are based on sound design principles and utilize Mercy Corps and donor required M&E systems.
  • Ensure effective, transparent use of resources in compliance with Mercy Corps and donor policies/procedures.
  • Oversee budget management of sub-grantees/sub-contractors, if applicable.
  • Build and maintain operational systems that ensure proper administrative support for programs, as well as segregation of duties between finance and operations.
  • Fulfill Mercy Corps’ Program Management Minimum Standards based on the organization-wide guide.
  • Ensure all interventions adhere to Mercy Corps’ Gender Policy, Prevention of Sexual Exploitation, Do No Harm principles, and beneficiary accountability standards.


  • Ensure compliance with donor and Mercy Corps regulations related to emergency programming.
  • Draft and/or review scope of work to hire and manage any technical consultants, including review for technical efficacy and contract budget.
  • Build and maintain operational structures that ensure proper segregation of duties between finance, administration and logistics and fully support field programs.


  • Represent Mercy Corps programs with national and international media
  • Represent Mercy Corps with the Myanmar INGO Forum
  • Build out Mercy Corps Myanmar’s relationship with the Myanmar Government in Nay Pyi Taw
  • Maintain productive relationships with internal and external constituents such as private partners, local governments, foundations, the private sector, etc.
  • Participate in INGO led efforts to shape donor’s views on development.
  • Explore, evaluate and present innovative funding opportunities that support the objectives for the country as a whole.
  • Demonstrate flexibility, resilience and ability to maintain positive relationships and composure.
  • Maintain high ethical standards and treat people with respect and dignity.
  • Exhibit awareness of his/her own strengths and development needs.


  • Liaise with the Operations Manager and Director of Programs on crucial events, high-risk periods, incident reporting and security policy changes.


  • As part of our commitment to organizational learning and in support of our understanding that learning organizations are more effective, efficient and relevant to the communities they serve, we expect all team members to commit 5% of their time to learning activities that benefit Mercy Corps as well as themselves.


  • Lead efforts to make Mercy Corps Myanmar a leader in promoting a safe, accountable, inclusive and diverse culture in all its aspects
  • Ensure that CARM is implemented in all Mercy Corps Myanmar’s projects
  • Ensure that agency wide safeguarding policies are in place, understood, adhered to and reported on
  • Mercy Corps team members are expected to support all efforts towards accountability, specifically to our beneficiaries and to international standards guiding international relief and development work, while actively engaging beneficiary communities as equal partners in the design, monitoring and evaluation of our field projects.

Supervisory Responsibility

Director of Programs, Finance and Compliance Manager, Senior Human Resources Officer, Operations Manager


  • Reports Directly To: Regional Program Director
  • Works Directly With: All relevant TSUs, including Markets and Agriculture, Governance, Youth and Gender, Policy

Knowledge and Experience

  • BA/S or equivalent in relevant field required; MA/S preferred.
  • 7-10 years of field experience in international relief and development programs, including demonstrable success in managing (large, complex, transitional) development programs.
  • 5 years of senior-level leadership, capacity building and field management experience.
  • Knowledge and ability to simultaneously manage and develop a portfolio that consists of development, peace and recovery projects in a highly fluid environment.
  • Demonstrated success working effectively and respectfully with host country government, private sector, INGO, NGO partners and other stakeholders in complex environments.
  • Internationally recognized qualification in project or program management or a commitment to obtain the qualification in the early months of work.
  • Political acumen, curiosity, and an ability to remain flexible are critical.
  • Proven skills in financial and grants management; prior experience with bi- and multilateral donors
  • Successful and proven negotiation, communication and organization skills.
  • Excellent oral and written English skills required; proficiency in (language) is (a plus/required).
  • Ability to work effectively with an ethnically diverse team in a sensitive environment.
  • Previous work experience in Southeast Asia and / or Myanmar and in insecure environments preferred.

Success Factors

The successful Myanmar CD will be an individual that combines curiosity with sensitivity, able to take advantage of the opportunities that Myanmar presents, yet able to make sure their team is not left behind. Myanmar is a context that requires political acumen, great sensitivity and patience and effective leadership will show itself through a continued responsible portfolio growth and an empowered team. The future CD needs to be able to demonstrate commitment to creating an organizational culture that is safe, accountable, inclusive and diverse and an interest to lead these efforts.

They will have high emotional intelligence, constructive mentoring skills and proven experience with capacity building and will be committed to long-term program sustainability and the delivery of high-impact activities at the community level. 

They will be able to get the best out of team members whose default position is not to ‘speak out’ but, when motivated properly, are able to be high performers. Successful Mercy Corps team members have a strong commitment to teamwork and accountability, thrive in evolving and challenging environments, and make effective written and verbal communication a priority.

Living Conditions / Environmental Conditions

The CD is based in Yangon. The location is accompanied and secure. Housing is individual accommodation with unlimited freedom of movement beyond the house/office. There are several International schools in Yangon. Staff have access to all relevant services – medical, electricity, water, etc.). This position requires 10 % of time of travel by plan/car to field offices. Travel in Rakhine, N Shan and Kachin States could be restricted.

Mercy Corps team members represent the agency both during and outside work hours when deployed in a field posting or on a visit/short term assignment to a field posting. Team members are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner and respect local laws, customs and MC's policies, procedures, and values at all times and in all in-country venues.

Fostering a diverse and open workplace is an important part of Mercy Corps’ vision. Mercy Corps is an Equal Opportunity Employer regardless of background. We are committed to creating an inclusive environment.

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Call for Proposal (SAIL)
WorldFish (Fishery)



Small-Scale Aquaculture Investments for Livelihoods and Nutrition (SAIL) in Myanmar is a five-year investment by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to WorldFish to sustain positive aquaculture sector growth through an inclusive market systems approach. This project will provide a means of ensuring the improved availability of diverse, safe, affordable nutrient-rich foods, especially for women and young children from poor and vulnerable households. The Activity will stimulate aquaculture sector growth, increase employment and income, and improve food and nutrition security for households. It will serve a facilitating role by coordinating linkages among the value chain actors in the private, public and civil society sector of Myanmar.

Goal and Objectives

The goal of the Activity is to achieve inclusive aquaculture sector growth through a market systems approach. Specific objectives are:

Increasing aquaculture production through strategic activities including improved land and water use, increased access to high quality inputs (feed, seed and equipment), capacity development and research into production, and access to credit.

Developing Market-based System Approaches (MSA) further and utilize those to increase access to food safe fish and fish products by poor people, and ensure that market systems function more effectively, sustainably and to the benefit of the poor.

Deliver enhanced nutrition and WASH practices via social behavior change communication (SBCC) and developing capacities into the production, processing and consumption of food safe aquaculture and other fish-based products.

Key Targets

  • 30,000 men, women and youth in Kachin[1], Mandalay[2], Magway[3], Southern Shan[4], Easter Shan[5] and Sagaing[6] have improved income from aquaculture.
  • Increased access to market related to inputs and services (e.g. seed, feed, production/market-related information, technologies etc.).
  • 30 percent increase in productivity from ponds and rice-fish farming systems.
  • 25 percent increase in the number of households adopting improved nutritional practices (consumption of nutritious food, dietary diversity and hygiene practices).

Intermediate Results (IR)

IR 1: Small-scale aquaculture production increased by improved land and water use, increased access to high quality inputs, access to credit. Water security modelling climate impacts on water availability and timing.

Sub IR 1.1 Improved land tenure and access to water in addition to use of productive inputs and information necessary to engage in commercial aquaculture production

Sub IR 1.2 Improved natural resource management practices for fish, rice-fish and rice-crustacean systems

Sub IR 1.3 Credit and financial instruments targeting smallholder aquaculture producers and processors introduced and further developed.

Sub IR 1.4. Increased access to fish seed through strengthening linkages between private sector operatives

Sub IR 1.5 Increased feed ingredient production by smallholders and improved quality of feed in liaison with international companies with testing facilities

Sub IR 1.6 MFF institutional analysis leads to improved liaison with government and natural resource management practices

IR 2: Market-based approaches utilized to increase access to domestic markets and ensure consistent supply of food safe fish and fish products

Sub IR 2.1 More clustered production using BAPs to improve direct marketability of products. Linked with MoALI efforts under ADS pillar 2 (production), Outcome 2.8, Output

SUB-IR 2.2: Capacity developed for education and research into production and processing of aquaculture product

IR 3: Enhanced nutrition and WASH practices delivered via SBCC, as well as capacity developed and research into production, processing and consumption of food safe

SUB-IR 3.1: Improved nutrition awareness and WASH practices

SUB-IR 3.2: Improved access to diverse, safe and nutritious food

Sub IR: 3.3 Nutrition education and behaviour change communication activities to increase fish consumption by infants, young children and women of reproductive-age


The Activity will apply an inclusive market systems approach to implement interventions through organizations and private sector entities to reach smallholder farmers. It will facilitate rather than directly delivering aquaculture interventions, hence transferring ownership to the private sector companies and organizations. The approach will be to analyze the present context, identify the problems and underlying root causes of poorly functioning markets, seek solutions with and by the private sector and organizations. The Activity will identify rationales for investment, and use partnerships and grants to leverage co-investment by the private sector. It will focus on seeking sustainability from the beginning by building the capacity and resilience of local systems so that the interventions continue beyond the Activity lifecycle. It will adapt to changing contexts through collaboration, review, learning and reflection. The Activity will stimulate innovations, competitiveness and transformative changes.

Aquaculture Business Promotion Announcement (ABPA)

The Activity is launching a first ABPA to private sector companies and organizations interested in submitting an application on ideas/concepts that would address key constraints associated with small-scale aquaculture and associated businesses in the areas mentioned above that help to achieve the Activity’s objectives of inclusive business and economic growth. The ABPA is a call for proposals and does not constitute a commitment to any private sector company and organization to make any award or to pay for any cost incurred during the business proposal preparation. Following the ABPA launch and the receipt of applications on business ideas/concepts from private sector companies and organizations, the applications will be reviewed by the Review and Evaluation Committee of the Activity against the selection criteria outlined in Table A. Business ideas/concepts that pass the review will be further developed into detailed business proposals with the assistance of the Activity team. This will allow the Activity and private sector companies and organizations to enter into partnership through a sub-grant agreement.

Who can Participate?

The ABPA is open to all private sector companies, INGOs, local NGOs, CBOs legally registered in Myanmar and supplying goods and services to aquaculture value chain actors. Women, health and youth-focused private sector companies and organizations are highly encouraged to apply.

Potential Business Areas

In this first call, the Activity invites applications from interested private sector companies and organizations on innovative business ideas/concepts that respond to one or more of the following challenges.Improve accessibility and availability of quality fish and tilapia seed at the smallholder farmer level, including women and youth, along with technical services on best management practices (BMP).

Improve accessibility and availability of affordable quality fish feed at the farmer level, including women and youth, along with technical services on Better Management Practice (BMP).

Strengthen small-scale business enterprises like fish hatcheries, nurseries and local service providers (LSP)/associations so that entrepreneurs can provide services to smallholder men, women and young fish farmers.

Deliver training package/curriculum and offer technical training for hatchery.

Technicians and technical persons involved in the aquaculture sector or interested in entering the sector.

Introduce a customized financial package for smallholder men and women fish farmers and aquaculture market actors.

Strengthen supply channels for safe fish products (dried, fermented and salted fish).

Create innovative and equitable employment opportunities, particularly for women and youth, in the aquaculture sector. This may include piloting business models that incentivize the private sector to be inclusive of women and youth.

Increase gender-integrated nutrition awareness and practices (consumption of nutritious food, dietary diversity and hygiene practices), and Deliver enhanced nutrition and WASH practices through social and behavior change communication (SBCC) programs.

Improve access to diverse and nutritious foods through nutrition-sensitive fish production systems (carp-mola polyculture) along with pond dike cropping and homestead gardening.

Develop and market affordable, nutritious, safe and ready to cook/eat fish and fish products both for the domestic and export market.

Increasing access to information related to aquaculture technologies, human nutrition, WASH practices and market through virtual medias

Duration of Proposed Business Ideas/Concepts

The duration of the proposed business ideas/concepts should be initially for eight months (February to September 2020). The sub-grant can be extended depending on the performance of the private sector companies and organizations, and the prospects of the proposed ideas/concepts.

Maximum Fund For Each Application

WorldFish fund contribution for each application is up to USD 100,000. The final agreement will be negotiated with selected, qualified private sector companies and organizations. This support must contribute to a significant investment that the private sector companies and organizations will make.

Eligibility Criteria

Private sector companies and organizations must be registered with relevant government licensing bodies. Non-governmental organization (NGO) applicants must have a valid registration with the NGO Affairs Bureau and or Department of Social Services and at least five years’ experience in similar projects.

Sub-grantees must hold a bank account and should have valid tax registration.

Business proposals by private sector companies and organizations must be relevant to the priority objectives and activities of the project.

Business ideas/concepts must have clear and operational definitions of objectives or milestones, with specific linkages to the project.

Co-investment is encouraged, either in-kind and/or cost share. The source of investment CANNOT come from other US Government funding sources. The cost share percentage will be determined during the development of the detailed business proposal and budget.

Prior experience in aquaculture, small capture fisheries and supply chain management and demonstrated success in capacity building, providing support to smallholder farmers and market linkages of final beneficiaries are preferred.

Private sector companies and organizations should demonstrate capacity in their programming, financial management and organizational capability, e.g. have a functioning management board with competent staff.

Private sector companies and organizations must be willing to provide annual reports including (but not limited to) audited financial reports, human resource and financial manuals/policies, implementation plans, procurement policies, security plans, client lists, staff timesheets etc.

Private sector companies and organizations must be willing and able to enter into a sub-grant arrangement with WorldFish.

Private sector companies and organizations owned by or consisting of women, minority groups and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply and will be given priority.

Business ideas/concepts must comply with environmental mitigation measures required by USAID and the Government of Myanmar.

Business ideas/concepts should be gender and youth responsive and nutrition sensitive.

Selection and Award Process

The Review and Evaluation Committee (REC) will have the primary responsibility for reviewing and selecting grant applications in accordance with the evaluation criteria set by the Activity team. Major steps in the review selection process are as follows:

The Finance and Grants teams will receive all applications along with business ideas/concepts, maintain a database and submit to the REC.

All applications received will be reviewed and scored for completeness and compatibility with the Activity objectives by the REC using the business idea/concept appraisal checklist presented in Table A. The REC comprises representatives from the Activity senior technical and managerial staff and is chaired by the Chief of Party (CoP).

Applicants whose business idea/concept is accepted may undergo a field appraisal, using the checklist presented in Table B. During the field appraisal, the Activity Market Systems and Grants teams will assess each applicant’s technical capacity, financial, HR and procurement management practices. Applicants who require targeted coaching and specific technical or managerial oversight will be given assistance by the Activity’s Market Systems and Grants teams.

Results of field appraisals will be reviewed by the REC. All documents related to the selection, evaluation and decisions regarding sub-grantees will be compiled and preserved by the Grants team.

Applications will be reviewed on responsiveness to the ABPA, appropriateness of subject matter and innovation. Applicants are encouraged to demonstrate how their proposed business ideas/concepts will contribute to the goal and objectives of the Activity. The technical approach should be specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and within the given time frame with the proposed resources. The proposal should clearly show that the technical approach is innovative and can facilitate market-driven solutions. Business ideas/concepts will be evaluated based on the following specific criteria:

Announcement of Calls for Proposals

Aquaculture Business Promotion Announcements (ABPAs) are prepared by Activity staff (Market Systems, Finance and Grants team and Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning team) and approved by the COP. ABPAs will be published through printed and electronic media such as national newspapers, and online job portals, and the WorldFish website.

Submission of Application including Business Idea/Concept

Interested private sector companies and organizations can submit an application either individually or in a consortium. The business idea/concept must be submitted with sufficient information for the REC to understand and make decisions and move forward to co-develop detailed business proposals including budget. In order for applications to be considered for review, applicants must follow the below instructions accurately and completely:

  • Application forms including business ideas/concepts should be submitted as e-mail attachments in PDF/Word format indicating ‘WorldFish ABPA’ in the subject line.
  • The application must be submitted using the supplied templates in English in size 11, Arial Font with 1.15 line spacing and must include page numbers. Completed application forms should not exceed five (5) pages. Additional documents such as legal documents should be attached.
  • Only the applications that pass the business ideas/concepts review will be invited to be developed into detailed business proposals.
  • Applicants must use WorldFish templates and answer all questions.
  • Deadline for application submission is 31 January 2020 at 5:00 pm (Myanmar time).

Issuance of this ABPA does not constitute an award or commitment on the part of WorldFish, nor does it commit WorldFish to pay for costs incurred in the preparation and submission of an application. WorldFish reserves the right to fund any or none of the applications submitted.

Targeted townships:

[1] Mohnyin, Mogaung, Waingmaw, Bhamo, Mansi and Mitkyina

[2] Madaya, Sintgaing, Patheingyi, Myittha, Singu and Mandalay

[3] Ngape, Myothit, Salin, Seikphyu, Sinbaungwe, Tandwingyi and Pwintbhyu

[4] Nyaungshwe, Pekon, Nansang, Taunggyi, Loilen and Pinlaung

[5] Monghpyak, Kengtung, Mongkhet, Tachileik and Mongton

[6] Shwebo, Khin-U, Wetlet, Tigyaing and Kale

Note: The project will not be implemented in all townships in 2020, but the project will cover most of the above townships over the next 5-year.



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Programme Specialist (Social Cohesion Consultant)
UNOPS (Non-profit organization management)
(Non-profit organization management)

The Fund is eager to explore existing opportunities to promote social cohesion and contribute to peace in Myanmar through its health-related work. The Fund is thus looking to hire a Consultant to develop a working paper (i) reviewing the Fund’s past and ongoing work in relation to conflict / social cohesion, and (ii) outlining future approaches and opportunities for greater contribution to social cohesion and peace, streamlining this work into the Fund’s approach and Strategy presented in the Board-approved ‘Access to Health Fund’s Overall Strategy’. 

This work will be conducted in close collaboration with the Access to Health Fund Management Office, the Fund’s Board (Donors and MOHS), implementing partners, EHO/CBHOs, conflict advisers, and other partners.

Scope of Work

(i) Review of the Fund’s work on conflict and social cohesion to date

The consultant is expected to:

Review and summarize existing literature on the Fund’s work in conflict since 2012

Review and summarize the Access to Health Fund strategy, EHO/CBHO-engagement strategy, conflict-sensitivity policy, and other relevant documentation guiding the work of the Fund.

Review relevant literature and consult with relevant stakeholders to summarize current practices in relation to conflict and social cohesion. 

(ii) Develop a strategy/working paper on the Fund’s ‘contribution to social cohesion’

The working paper is expected to:

a.  Provide the summary described in 3.i. above 

b.  Given the above scope and definitions, define the range of meanings that ‘promoting social cohesion’ could have for the Access to Health Fund, and respond in particular to the following questions:

  • Given its mission and mandate, what level of ambition should the Fund set for its impact on social cohesion? What are limitations to what the Fund and its partners can achieve, given the Fund’s mission, approach, and available resources?
  • Building on existing definitions of Social Cohesion, and the particular context of the Access to Health Fund, the paper should propose working definitions of ‘social cohesion’ and ‘promoting social cohesion’ that the Fund can adopt to guide its ambition/work in this area   
  • Building on existing literature, explore similarities and differences in how social cohesion is conceptualized by Donors, the MOHS, EHO/CBHOs, Implementing partners, and the FMO, and discuss how differing views from different stakeholders need to be taken into account when designing appropriate programs.
  • At what levels should the Fund focus its social cohesion efforts: for example, civil-society empowerment, meaningful participation of women in decision-making, intercommunal activities and trust-building, State-community interactions, wider social/political dynamics hindering social cohesion? 
  • In particular, the consultant should consider linkages between social cohesion and the realization of good health: what level of social cohesion is necessary, and what can be built/improved to ensure that access to health services is possible? This might include trust building in health services, community relationship strengthening to facilitate smooth access to health care, etc.
  • How should the Fund adapt its work to different phases of conflict and to the differing status of actors/partners - e.g. Ethnic Health Organizations affiliated to signatory and non-signatory groups?
  • What opportunities exist to include conflict sensitive EHO representation in the Access to Health Fund Board?
  • Propose both short-term and longer-term measure to promote social cohesion, in line with the timeframe of Access funding. 

c. Given proposed definition and areas of focus, present options for context-appropriate approaches for the Fund’s promotion of social cohesion through its Health work:

  • What opportunities/entry-points exist for advocacy and policy change that can lead to better social cohesion? (E.g. desegregating hospitals, increasing language accessibility in health facilities, increasing access...)
  • What opportunities exist to promote and increase social cohesion (horizontally between communities, and vertically in the relation between government’s policies/practices and communities) through the Fund’s work on health services for vulnerable populations in conflict-affected areas?
  • Given the Fund’s focus on pockets of vulnerability, to the possible exclusion of neighboring areas, how should the Fund deal with potential perceptions of unfairness in relation to its interventions, and how should it approach this from a social cohesion promotion point of view?
  • Has the Fund been seizing and acting on all of these opportunities?  
  • When it hasn’t, what else can the Fund do to maximize its contribution to social cohesion through its work on Health? In what ways would the Fund need to review/modify its activities and approach? What new resources will be required? 
  • When it has, the paper should describe (i) how the Fund has gone about it and (ii) how it could enhance its current approaches with a view to furthering social cohesion. For example:
  • Doing more in applying conflict-sensitivity principles 
  • Using joint EHOH/CBHO-MoHS forums and consultations more effectively
  • Supporting EHO/CBHOs (direct funding, capacity building, etc.)
  • The paper should provide examples, whenever possible, of situations where proposed approaches have been implemented by others.
  • What opportunities exist to create greater alignment on social cohesion strategies, approaches, and measurement, with other actors (starting with UNOPS, LIFT, and UN sister-agencies)

d. Measurement

  • How can the Fund’s contribution to social cohesion be measured (quantitatively and qualitatively)?
  • How should the Fund’s ambition in relation to Social Cohesion be reflected in the results framework? 
  • How, in particular, can the sustainability of the Fund’s contribution be measured? 

e. Risks, mitigation, and limitations: 

  • The paper should outline strategies for maintaining Fund-supported service-delivery within conflict-affected areas, including in active conflict situations
  • The consultation should assess risks and mitigation measures in the Fund’s engagement with EHO/CBHOs and the Ministry of Health and Sports at all levels, as well as other relevant areas. 

Deliverables should be submitted electronically to the Fund Directors Office and Health for All/Civil Society team.

Within one month after the start of the consultation, desk-review and consultations completed. 

Within 45 days after the start of the consultation, draft version of the report completed and submitted to Access to Health Fund - for Board and FMO review.

Within two weeks after receiving Board and FMO feedback on the completed draft, the final version of the strategy/working paper completed.


The consultancy is currently expected to be contracted for around 30 days. 

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Community Assistant M/F (6) post.
Myanmar Wanbao Mining Copper Limited (MWMCL) (Mining & metals)
Myanmar Wanbao Mining Copper Limited (MWMCL)
(Mining & metals)

Community Assistant M/F (6) post.

Duties & Responsibilities

·         Plan and implement community social development programs.

·         Responsible for communicating with community regularly, promoting company policy to community, collecting and reporting community information.

·         Assist to develop community communication policy and set up good communication system with local government and community.                             

·         Other duties assigned by the management.


·         Must be Myanmar citizen and age is between 20 – 40 years.

·         Must have B.A (English) or B.A (Chinese) or B.C.Sc degree with at least 2 years of experience in the related field. 

·         Good communication skills both in English and Myanmar.

·         Fluent in Chinese language is preferable.

·         Proficient in MS Office.

·         Honesty, reliability, hardworking and be a good team player.

·         Able to work at Letpadaung mine site, Salingyi Township.

The interested candidates shall send the application letter with CV and a recent passport size photo, copy of labour registration card, NRC card, educational documents, family list and recommendation letter from police station to the following address not later than 24-1-2020.

Applications received after the dead line and incomplete applications will not be considered.

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for interview.

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Corporate Relationship Executive(Chinese Speaking)
Prudential Myanmar Life Insurance Ltd. IT, Hardware, & Software
Prudential Myanmar Life Insurance Ltd.
(IT, Hardware, & Software)
Job Description

-Sharing knowledge about life insurance products to potential companies from different segments

-Building up business relationship with key decision makers

-Assisting Head of Sales to gain and expand market share of life insurance business

-Establishing and maintaining good relationships with existing clients

-Achieving individual monthly/ quarterly target

-Closely work with product and customer service team to share feedback

Job Requirements

-Minimum 3 years of working experience in business development or any related industry in Sales

-Any Graduate preferably in Business, Economics and Banking background

-Good communication and interpersonal skill

-Must be Business Level in the Chinese Language

-Prefer to have connection with Chinese clients

-Must be Intermediate level of English

-Positive attitude and willing to work as a team under pressure

About Our Company

Prudential plc is an Asia-led portfolio of businesses focused on structural growth markets. The business helps individuals to de-risk their lives and deal with their biggest financial concerns through life and health insurance, and retirement and asset management solutions.

Prudential Corporation Asia is a leading life insurer with operations spanning 13 markets in Asia, covering Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Korea, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

Prudential's history in Myanmar dates back to 1923 when it first established its operations in the country. In 2013, when the government re-opened the market, Prudential re-entered Myanmar with a representative office licence, the first European life insurer to do so.

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Tender Coordination Assistant
Sea Lion Co.,Ltd IT, Hardware, & Software
Sea Lion Co.,Ltd
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

Tender Coordination Assistant

  • Any Graduate
  • Fresh graduates are encouraged to apply
  • Knowledge in Tendering Process (or) related fields
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills

  • Proficiency in computer literacy

  • Strong keeping & managing skill for document

  • Willingness to learn
  • Willingness to travel

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Environmental and Social Expert
(IT, Hardware, & Software)


- Conducting environmental monitoring at site

- Conducting social questionnaire survey

- Analyzing the monitoring data

-  Surveying or collecting secondary data

- Preparing the reports in English

- Undertaking environmental and social impact assessment for various infrastructure and industry development

-  Organizing and developing the Environmental Management Plan and Environmental Monitoring Plan

-  Translating the reports and documents from Myanmar to English and vice versa

- Assisting in Public Consultation Meeting and Stakeholder Meeting

- Communicating with the Clients.


-  Must be University Graduate in relevant discipline (e.g. environmental management, science, biology, engineering or other related)

-  Must be proficient in English four skills

- Must be able to type Myanmar Font

- Must be excellent in Microsoft Office such as Word, Excel and Power Point

- Preferable to have at least 5 years of practical experiences in environmental and social management

-  Preferable to have interest in environmental and social consideration

- Enthusiastic to learn new things

-  Preferable to be older than 27 years 

-  Preferable to have strong communication skills

Dead line of application: As soon as the candidate is identified.

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Yee Shin Co.Ltd
(IT, Hardware, & Software)
  • Experience in Medical devices, Drug, Food and cosmetic registration at Myanmar FDA office is required.
  • Submit Registration application to Myanmar FDA
  • Liaise with Myanmar FDA officers for product registration process in order to obtain Certificate in time. 
  • Must sign at least two years contract
  • The ability to work under pressure.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Work together with Regulatory team. 

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Branch Manager
Amigos International Co., Ltd. IT, Hardware, & Software
Amigos International Co., Ltd.
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

Branch Manager                           Male (1) Post

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  • အသက္(၅၀)ႏွစ္ေအာက္ရွိရမည္။
  • ၀န္ၾကီးဌာနမ်ားသို႔သြားလာႏုိင္သူၿဖစ္ရမည္။
  • စီမံခန္႔ခဲြမႈဆုိ္င္ရာအေတြ႕အၾကံဳအနည္းဆုံး(၂)ႏွစ္ခန္႔ရွိရမည္။
  • အေရာင္းၿမွင့္တင္ေရးကုိ၀ါသနာပါသူၿဖစ္ရမည္။
  • E-mail,Internetကၽြမ္းက်င္စြာအသုံးၿပဳႏုိင္သူၿဖစ္ရမည္။
  • ကားေမာင္းတတ္သူၿဖစ္လွ်င္ဦးစားေပးစဥ္းစားပါမည္။
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Tender Coordination Executive
Sea Lion Co.,Ltd IT, Hardware, & Software
Sea Lion Co.,Ltd
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

Tender Coordination Executive

  • Any Graduate, male, Age under 30
  • Fresh graduates are encouraged to apply
  • Minimum experience of (1) year in tendering process (or) related fields

  • Good communication and interpersonal skills

  • Proficiency in computer literacy

  • Strong keeping & managing skill for document

  • Willingness to travel

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Regulatory Assistant (Product registration at Myanmar FDA)
Yee Shin Co.Ltd IT, Hardware, & Software
Yee Shin Co.Ltd
(IT, Hardware, & Software)

Regulatory Assistant (Product registration at Myanmar FDA)

  • Experience in Medical devices, Drug, Food and cosmetic registration at Myanmar FDA office is required.
  • Submit Registration application to Myanmar FDA
  • Liaise with Myanmar FDA officers for product registration process in order to obtain Certificate in time. 
  • Must sign at least two years contract
  • The ability to work under pressure.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Work together with Regulatory team. 

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City Relation Executive
FMIDecaux Company Limited (Marketing and advertising)
FMIDecaux Company Limited
(Marketing and advertising)

City Relation Executive

Field of responsibility:

The City Relation Executive is responsible of keeping good relationship between Government, Public and the
city relation.

Location / Uniform: Based in Yangon/Non-Uniform

Main mission:

  • Contact with city authorities for the smooth implementation of installations and operations including: on site survey, any kind of approvals, censorship of posters, temporary movements, proposals of new projects.

  • To follow up every official approval which are in needs of Installation, and any other related documents for maximizing
    revenue, movement, regulations etc.
  • Participate in the site survey, build a strong relationship with authorities as a representative of the company
  • Conduct research and monitor legislation, status of election result
  • Conduct both internal and external communications which related to the project
  • Ensure every rules and regulations set by government are strictly follow up as per the contract terms with YCDC
  • prepare reports and presentations to internal management as well as government authorities whenever needed to do so

Experience & Qualification

  • Self-standing, capable of making decisions, has common sense.
  • Good in communication,self motivating
  • Dedicated to his work.
  • Eyes for the details & likes quality
  • ENGLISH compulsory               
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Yee Shin Co.Ltd
(IT, Hardware, & Software)
  • Experience in Medical devices, Drug, Food and cosmetic registration at Myanmar FDA office is required.
  • Responsible for all product registration process, from application submission up to Certificate issue. 
  • Liaise with Myanmar FDA officers and provide the best solution in order to obtain Certificate in time. 
  • Must sign at least two years contract
  • The ability to work under pressure.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Work together with Regulatory team. 

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