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About Us

"We connect with government, business and local communities to inform, empower and educate in our role as an information-sharing network."

Spectrum - Sustainable Development Knowledge Network - was founded in 2007 during the early phases of Myanmar's democratic transition.

As Myanmar embarks on a new phase of national development, Spectrum's mission is to facilitate constructive multi-stakeholder engagement on environment, sustainable development and natural resource management issues.

We connect with government, business and local communities to inform, empower and educate in our role as an information-sharing network.

At the core of our work is a focus on access to information and to support accountability and transparency. Our aim is to empower citizens to make informed decisions about the future direction of their country.

We do this by providing resource materials, training, sharing relevant research and case studies while promoting positive engagement between the Myanmar government, private sector and society.

The diagram below outlines some of our key activities in 2014-15.


  • Background


    Spectrum was formed in 2007, in Myanmar. Opportunity was identified in the space between government, private sector and society, aiming for more sustainable development paths.

  • Vision & Mission

    Vision & Mission

To see change so that Myanmar is considered a country where people live with peace, dignity, justice, equity, fullness and quality of life.

  • Governance


    Spectrum's governance structure continues to develop to suit the changing context. At present our international reference group is functional – and work to selection and appoint 11 national board members is under way.

  • Team & Activities

    Team & Activities

    We work to achieve our mission and objectives through a learning, communication and innovation approach, which responds to opportunities that arise through access to new networks and key stakeholders.

  • Key Constituencies/Stakeholders

    Key Constituencies/Stakeholders

    Government, specific industry, private sector and the public are key stakeholder groups. At times this will involve a whole of government approach and at other times specific ministry focused approaches are used.

  • Contact Us

    Contact Us

    Do you want to get in touch with us? We'd like to hear from you whether you are requesting a document, seeking information or services, or want to comment on our website.

  • Employment Opportunities

    We don't currently have any vacancies but please sign up for updates and we'll let you know when jobs become available.


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