Tuesday, 12 May 2015 14:38
On 21st February 2015, the Mae Fah Luang Foundation in collaboration with the Livestock Breeding and Veterinary Department of Myanmar (LBVD) organized Myanmar’s first Goat Day Festival in Yenan Chaung Township, Magway region, Myanmar. The‘Goat Day Festival’celebratesYenanChaungas acentreof goatraisingand a modelforsustainable developmentin the Dry Zone of Myanmar. The festival hosted a rangeof go...
Friday, 08 May 2015 17:21
Police Brigadier General Kyaw Win, JointSecretary of the Central Committee for Drug Abuse Control of Myanmar, U Noe Wei Mong Hsat District Commissioner,and the community leaders inthe Thai-Myanmar Sustainable Alternative Livelihoods Development Project are satisfied with the changes that occurred in the last two years since the Doi Tung Development Project of the Mae Fah Luang Foundation Under Roy...
Friday, 08 May 2015 16:05
Harper’s Bazaar, the famous international fashion magazine commemorates its 10thanniversary by awarding ten Harper’s Bazaar Icon Award atThe Harper’s Bazaar Anniversary Gala Dinnerheld at W Hotel’s Great Room. Deputy Secretary General of Mae Fah Luang Foundation, Khunying Puangroi Diskul na Ayudhya who was awarded as a Philanthropist indicated that on behalf of the MFLF, she is thankful for givin...
Study Visit to Reforestation Project in Nan Province as Part of The Hero: the World Changer and Challenger CampaignFriday, 13 February 2015 09:31
On January 30-31, 2015 a study group of four students and two officers from A Day magazine - as part of the Hero: the World Changer and Challenger Campaign - visited the Mae Fah Laung Foundation's reforestation project in Nan province. This Hero Campaign is a collaboration between the Thai Health Promotion Foundation, A Day Magazine, and the Social Innovation Foundation. The Mae Fah Luan...
Stanford Graduate School of Business brought 33 students from the Master of Business Administration Program to the Doi Tung Development ProjectWednesday, 14 January 2015 15:19
On 19 December 2014, Stanford Graduate School of Business brought 33 students from the Master of Business Administration Program to the Doi Tung Development Project (DTDP) as part of the Living University to learn about MFLF’s working principles and approach. On this trip, the delegation was particularly interested in the areas of agriculture and food business. They witnessed the processing of Doi...
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