Working with partners we adapt British Council resources and use our educational expertise to ensure that products and systems developed take root, and lead to deep and lasting change.
In this section
English for Education College Trainers (EfECT)
Started in August 2014, the first phase of EfECT finished in July 2017. It has been hugely successful in supporting the Ministry of Education in developing the Burmese education system.
Amatae is a civil society strengthening programme funded by DFID and SIDA aimed to develop domestic civil society organisations in the country.
Legal reform from the ground up
The project links 24 legal professionals with around 30 civil society organisations, with the aim of enabling these groups to inform each other’s work.
Partner for change: Institute for Human Rights and Business
Gaining support for a human rights based framework for businesses entering Burma
Human Drama: Anti-human trafficking campaign
In December 2012, the Human Drama theatre troupe was invited by MTV EXIT to train 40 youth from ten organisations in Burma about theatre forum skills.
Human rights in local development
This EU-funded project aimed to empower members of some of these groups to incorporate a rights-based approach into their everyday work.
Maximising the social impact of business
Nobel Peace Laureate and social business pioneer Professor Muhammad Yunus visited Burma as a guest of the British Council between 19th and 22nd July 2014.
Civic Society Initiative
Civic Society Initiative(CSI) is the community based organisation which incorporates our work with library members who are willing to contribute in helping for the community development.