Organizational Development

Several things took place during year one that contributed significantly to the organisation’s development. The Airavati’s national coordination and programme field staff were hired and offices were set up in order to implement the 6 programme components in the target areas.

The Airavati is officially registered as a non-profit organisation in Myanmar as approved by the Ministry of Home Affairs on 13 January 2015 and received its tax exemption status from the Ministry of Finance on 6 January 2015.

Staff and board members are deepening their knowledge and skill bases, and, in addition to training Airavati staff attended, both the January 2015, board meeting and the two day workshop on organisational development in March 2015, have contributed to staff growth and involvement