UNDP Myanmar - Study of Development Intervention Approaches - 2012
UNDP Myanmar began formulating a new, post-2012 HDI programme. This consultancy served to inform the post-2012 HDI progamme design. It consisted of a study of development intervention approaches and related business models, (e.g. farmer field school, private sector – development agency partnership production of appropriate technology based agricultural tools/equipment, etc.) for adaptation, where feasible, into the new UNDP programme.
The objective was to provide comprehensive knowledge of successful development interventions including related business models demonstrated by development agencies working on the grassroots level in rural Myanmar as well as bring in models of best practices from other countries.