Emerging brilliant people for the future of Myanmar: How does the World Bank provide opportunities to improve social life through education?
The World Bank is proud to present a 20-episode series entitled ’20 in 2020 ‘. Through this program, 20 topics will be selected and highlighted by the World Bank and KBZPay’s outstanding efforts for community development throughout Myanmar. Today, students, We have chosen to help students learn the subjects they want to learn and to strive for the emergence of brilliant people for the future of Myanmar.
One of the pillars of the Social Purpose and Impact Partnership Committee of the World Bank, which has been instrumental in the development of brilliant people for the future of Myanmar, has been instrumental in the development of Myanmar’s education system.
Daw Nang Laing Kham, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the World Bank, said: We are focused on providing opportunities for young people of all union backgrounds with different economic backgrounds to improve their lives. The emergence of brilliant people for Myanmar’s future is one of the three main pillars of our Social Purpose and Impact Partnership Committee (SPIPC). Working for the education of young people in Myanmar. By donating to education, which is a way to change and improve the society, to make our country more prosperous. “We will continue to invest in creating a better future for the local people.”
Students at local universities; Providing scholarships for students
Local universities offering higher education in the fields of medicine and engineering from the World Bank. Scholarships are provided for students. During the 2019-2020 academic year, students from the World Bank A total of 93 million kyats was provided for the tuition and daily expenses of 85 students.
Since 2018, students from the National College of Management Degree from Kabawza Bank. Goodwill for 100 students Scholarships were awarded out of love. For the 2019-2020 academic year, students from the National Management Degree College from the World Bank. Scholarships of 72 million kyats were awarded to 90 students. The scholarship received 800,000 kyats and will cover tuition and fees during the 2019-2020 academic year. Accommodation rent Can be used for extracurricular activities and meals. Scholarship recipients will continue to receive scholarships until their graduation if they achieve good results in their university education.
Ko Zwe Thet Paing, a recent graduate with a degree in tourism and hospitality management and currently working for the World Bank, said: “Going to school in a big city like Rangoon is the smallest challenge. The scholarship from the World Bank helped me and my family a lot, and I was able to focus on my schoolwork without having to worry about finances. “As a result of my best efforts, I got not only a degree but also a huge job opportunity to work in the corporate affairs department of the World Bank.”