ChamTha Kyaw is the Executive Director and co-founder of the Pandita. He has been involved in activities that aim to strengthen civil society and promote youth to engage in governance and participate in political and decision-making processes. He also worked to mobilize young people around the country as an advocate for youth issues to the local and international community. Since then he has been involved in activities that promote citizens' participation in public affairs and the development of democratic principles at local and national level in Myanmar. He has overseen the implemented more than 25 projects in partnership with 18 organizations. He holds a degree from the Mandalay University (B.A. in History). He was one of the youngest political prisoners.
We are strengthening civic participation by the following approaches.
ensuring understanding of the democratic principles, processes and attitudes, and the flow of critical information.
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building legitimacy and credibility of civil society to grow their constituencies and networks.
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securing an enabling regulatory, policy, and funding environment for healthy civic space.
We love to serve Myanmar people. An exemplary activity alone results as follow:
states and regions covered
people enjoy learning civic and democracy
unique civic and democracy contents published
News and updates from Pandita, including our blog and opinion.
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