SMART Myanmar II

SMART Myanmar II - SMEs for environmental Accountability, Responsibility and Transparency

Despite some progress, Myanmar's garment industry still lacks awareness in the principles of sustainable consumption and production (SCP) and social responsibility. Garment companies need to comply with environmental and social standards to regain access to international markets. Thus, the social and environmental conditions, especially for workers in the sector, will need to be reviewed.

The project seeks to contribute to a switch to sustainable garment consumption patterns and promote sustainable growth of Myanmar's garment sector. Specifically the project aims at institutionalising, up-scaling and replicating successful SCP practices in the garment sector developed and implemented during the SMART Myanmar I project.

Duration: 1/2016 - 12/2019

Total Budget: EUR 2,777,629 (EU Contribution: 90%)

Contact

Julia Dittenhauser
Project Manager
sequa gGmbH
Alexanderstrasse 10
D-53111 Bonn Germany

Julia.Dittenhauser@sequa.de

http://www.smartmyanmar.org/

sequa gGmbH sequa gGmbH
sequa is the lead applicant of this project. It is responsible for the overall coordination and the implementation of project activities.
Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association (MGMA) Myanmar Garment Manufacturers Association (MGMA)
MGMA is a project partner and responsible for local coordination and implementation of the project.
Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific (ADFIAP) Association of Development Financing Institutions in Asia and the Pacific (ADFIAP)
As a project partner, ADFIAP contributes in the (green) financing and incentive schemes.
Foreign Trade Association of German Retail Trade (AVE) Foreign Trade Association of German Retail Trade (AVE)
AVE provides capacity building to MGMA members and technical assistance with a focus on B2B, business delegations and CSR.
Stichting Made-by Label (Made-by) Stichting Made-by Label (Made-by)
Made-by plays a role in retailer scorecard, consumer engagement, processing/washing plants, and waste water treatment.
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