Myanmar is a country in a relatively favorable situation with respect to water resources. It has more water per capita than all surrounding countries. With its abundance in natural resources, the country has great opportunities to achieve a balanced and sustainable development. All water resources of Myanmar are within the national borders and 3 out of 4 are national rivers. The country is still to a large extent unspoiled.

Myanmar and The Netherlands, both with large and low lying deltas and large river systems, share many common challenges. In different projects experts of both countries work together on water challenges. 

Read all about the collaboration between Myanmar and the Netherlands in the magazine 'Myanmar - the Netherlands: partnership for water challenges'.