Cyclone Nargis, devastated the Irrawaddy delta on 2 and 3 May 2008, killing tens of thousands of people and ruined Myanmar infrastructure, many survivors remained vulnerable and traumatized. To be able to continue theatrical and religious activities in the affected region of Moulmeingyun Township and Bogalay Township, Myanmar, the following activities were funded by Prince Claus Fund / CER and coordinated by KyawMyoKo, Director of Myanmar Upper Land | culture & travel.

Cyclone Nargis, devastated the Irrawaddy delta on 2 and 3 May 2008, killing tens of thousands of people and ruined Myanmar infrastructure, many survivors remained vulnerable and traumatized. To be able to continue theatrical and religious activities in the affected region of Moulmeingyun Township and Bogalay Township, Myanmar, the following activities were funded by Prince Claus Fund / CER and coordinated by KyawMyoKo, Director of Myanmar Upper Land | culture & travel.
Based on set objectives, we selected the locations and the fields that we aimed.

1.  Under the category of artistic related, monasteries, cultural heritages of Location No.1 Moulmeingyun Township;

  • Restoration of the Kanner Monastery
  • Restoration of the KyunloneKutkar Pagoda, Sabbath and Mediation Hall and Buddha Statues
  • Rebuilding of the theatrical organization office
  • Activities for Theatrical Supports

2.  Under the category of artistic related, monasteries and cultural heritages of Location No.2 Bogalay Township

  • Restoration of the Shin U Pa Goata Shrine
  • Restoration of the KoeMyo Nan Spirit House
  • Rebuilding of the theatrical organization office
  • Activities for Theatrical Supports

Then commencing the projects under the two most important titles as the Reconstruction of the cultural Buildings Projects and the Theatrical Supports Projects for the restoration of Tangible Culture heritage and safeguarding of the Intangible Culture Heritage.(The project activities were commenced in mid-March 2009 and finished at mid-October 2009)

For more detail the case study of the above Projects >>>

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