2012 January, Students, Year 2012

Mr. Ko Ko Lwin, MYANMAR

Ko Ko Lwin

PhD Program

E-mail: dominic.kokolwin@gmail.com

 

Mr. Ko Ko Lwin received his MBA from Asian Institute of Technology in 2008. His research study was published by LAMBERT Academic Publishing from Germany titled “Cyclone Nargis Relief Assistance: Preliminary research study on government, international and local response to Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar (May 2008)”.

Right after his study, he worked in Cyclone Nargis rehabilitation program as Program Coordinator of Caritas Pathein (Myanmar) for two years at the severely affected area. He built strong network with government officials, UN organizations such as WFP, UNDP, UNICEF, UNOCHA, UNHCR and other INGOs during his time in Myanmar. Before joining DPMM, he worked in CBS Travel Asia for one year in credit control department.

 

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