Capital Diamond Star Foundation
The foundation serves the people of Myanmar in initiatives in the field of education, health, culture, agricultural development, rural and urban area development. The foundation also responds to calls for humanitarian assistance in Myanmar in times of natural disasters.
People’s Health Foundation
CDSG is a founding patron of the organization that provides primary health care access in under-developed areas of Myanmar.
Members of CDSG: Lluvia Limited and Sar Taw Kal Nissin donated the food products to YCDC cleaning staffs
IMDI was founded by a group of Myanmar professionals (most returning from overseas), local community leaders, and educators. IMDI is non-government, non-profit, multi-partisan organization. IMDI aims to design and deliver quality capacity building programs for all key stakeholders in politics, business and community. IMDI has more than 42 founding members currently and is registered under Myanmar laws as a local Non-Profit Organization.
Their Executive Committee includes:
- U Chit Tun Pe @ Chris Tun (Advisor for Strategy and Policy)
- Daw Aye Yu Nwe (Executive Finance Director)
- U Bonny Oo @ Thet Py Tun
- U Nay Myo Tun (Manager, IMDI Office)
- U Myo Min Zin Shein @ Min Zin (Executive Director)
- U Zin Naing
- U Ye Myint
- Daw Thazin Aung (PwC | Director, Advisory)
- Daw Khin Hnin Soe (College Director/ Principal)
- Daw Khaine Khaine Nwe (UMFCCI)
The group successfully organized a foundation training course, entitled "Foundation for Myanmar Nation Building Program" (FMNB Program), which was delivered to elected MPs from the NLD by a diverse group of professionals.
FMNB program courses include:
Understanding Economics, Finance and Banking
International Relations and Current Issues
Understanding Public Policy
Introduction to Development Studies
The program consists of five sessions. The first two sessions were held in Nay Pyi Taw and were arranged by Bayda Institute. IMDI works in partnership with Bayda Institute by providing resources and personnel for those two sessions.
The remaining three sessions are solely managed by IMDI.
The fund that IMDI raised is used for training facilities, accommodations, food, logistics, transportation, reimbursements for trainers and participants, acknowledgement-gesture gift for trainers and operational expenses.
As part of their future initiatives and activities, IMDI will organize capacity building programs for other political stakeholders. They also have scholarship programs for Myanmar Youth and will continue to reach agreement with foreign institutions.