Governance Program is one of the four main programs of Scholar Institute. This program is designed to promote good governance, and social accountabilities in government sector, private sector, and public sectors by fostering multi-stakeholders’ involvement and accountability in livelihood development. The program is designed to promote dialogues, and effective communications and engagement between the mentioned three sectors for the overall welfare of the people in natural disaster affected areas. Through this program, we organize capacity building trainings, advocacy trainings, stakeholders’ workshops, and other related activities in close coordination with other Implementation partners.

Tat Lan Project

Scholar Institute in partnership with Oxfam in Myanmar to support the governance component of Tat Lan, ensuring strong engagement between state and township governments with the programmes, and supporting the ownership of the programme by both communities and government officials.

Tat Lan I

The project was implemented with the purpose of improving the livelhoods of 214 severly and moderately cyclone affected communities in the townships of Myebone, Pauk Taw, Kyauk Phyu, and Min Bya in Rakhine State. The activities of Tat Lan fall under the following technical areas: Infrastructure, Fisheries/Aquacture, Agriculture,financial services, Information Management, Village-based planning process, Cash for Work, Governance, and Gender.

Tat Lan II

The project contributes to the Tat Lan goal which is: to sustainably increase the food and nutritional security and incomes of residents in 62 villages of Kyauk Phyu Township Rakhine State. The project will deliver against outcome 6 within the overall framework- Community Development and sustainable livelhood opportunities are supported through more socially accountable government.