This project aims to influence new forms of collaboration around the fledgling foreign investment and economic development in Kyauk Phyu, in Myanmar's Rakhine state. The project will develop the capacity of new institutions so they can monitor and steer economic development in a way that appeals to local needs as well as to foreign investors and the national government. Activities include courses in conflict-sensitive economic governance and visits to other countries that have promoted similar special economic zones (SEZs).
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In South and Southeast Asia we work with local people to improve public security and access to justice, and advise on how businesses can operate in a conflict-sensitive way.