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Mrs Lazelle and Dr Theingi had previously met at the UNEVOC Regional Forum Asia and Pacific in Seoul in September. Brenda and Amy were also able to meet with Ms Khin Mar Aye, who had also attended the Seoul Forum. Ms Khin has leadership roles with the National Skills Standards Agency (NSSA) and the Yankin Skills Training Centre under the Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security. We were happy to be able to visit her Centre and see TVET in action.
Ms Naing Yee Mar, formerly of the UNEVOC International Centre in Bonn, was also part of this meeting through the work she is doing with the NSSA under GIZ.
This was a great opportunity to reconnect and continue to build productive relationships with our UNEVOC colleagues for the benefit of TVET in Myanmar.
Photo 1:PINZ Interim CEO, Brenda Lazelle, Dr Theingi and PINZ Project Manager, Amy McAteer
Photo 2: PINZ meeting with Ms Khin Mar Aye and Ms Naing Yee Mar