In our TAP project, which will soon be coming to an end, some participants are still in their internships. They will continue to receive assignments online; for example, they have to create programs for a day trip to Mandalay, for a 3-city tour in one day, or for round trips through Myanmar. There are no more regular classes. A small group participated in the “Trash Collection Activities” at U-Bain Bridge, organized by the “Clear Mandalay Campaign” in the first week …
Sorry, this entry is only available in German. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Im September 2019 konnte ich für vier Wochen das „Tourism Assistant Project“ an der PDO in Mandalay unterstützen. Zusammen mit zwei Studierenden der HTW Saarbrücken haben wir den 5. Durchlauf des Projekts jeden Abend in verschiedenen touristischen und wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fächern unterrichtet. Ich habe die Kurse „Sustainable Tourism“ …
The tourism project continues. Meanwhile the students are enrolled for Batch 4. Ohmar sent us some photos and comments from the Batch 3 graduation party. At the same time, this was the starting event for Batch four. Many greetings from Mandalay! First of all, I would like to say thank you so much for supporting Tourism project. Without  the support of Förderverein Myanmar e.V., there would be no Batch 4. We also try our best. In the attached Photos, please …
    “We all live together in this beautiful country, so it’s in all our best interests to do what we can to maintain and even improve our natural environment. Especially the use of plastics and non-biodegradable materials continues to grow, we are all experiencing a growth in the amount of trash generated every day.” MPT, one of Myanmar’s telephone services, has started a CSR Campaign to fight against the widespread pollution of the environment, especially with plastic materials and …
Sorry, this entry is only available in German. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Aktuell bildet der Förderverein im 3. Durchgang 42 junge Burmesen zu Tourismusexperten aus. Alle werden eine Stelle erhalten, weil die Reisefreudigkeit in das Land der tausend Pagoden Myanmar unvermindert anhält. Dabei hat sich die Kooperation mit der HTW Saarbrücken mehr als bewährt. Eva, Evi, Malena und Ronny …