The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) is an international English-speaking postgraduate institution, focusing on engineering, environment, and management studies. AIT’s rigorous academic, research, and experiential outreach programs prepare graduates for professional success and leadership roles in Asia and beyond.

Founded in 1959, AIT offers the opportunity to study at an institution in Asia which possesses a global reputation. Going forward, AIT will be stressing its global connections, injection of innovation into research and teaching, its relevance to industry, and its nurturing of entrepreneurship, while continuing to fulfill its social impact and capacity building role. Sitting on a beautiful green campus located just north of Bangkok, Thailand, AIT operates as a multicultural community where a cosmopolitan approach to living and learning is the rule. You will meet and study with people from all around the world.

Today, AIT’s internationally recognized engineering, environment, and management graduates are highly sought after by employers in their home countryand elsewhere. Across many walks of life in Asia, AIT alumni have distinguished themselves as CEO’s of private and state enterprises, as business owners, as well-respected researchers and faculty, and as senior university and government officials.

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Projects And Outputs

Barriers and pathways to women’s political participation in Myanmar – Gender Equality and Decentralization in Myanmar

Analyze women’s pathways to participation across multiple levels of governance: national parliament, political parties, and social movements;state/division parliaments, government offices;...
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Building policy research capacity in Myanmar with Asian Institute of Technology

This project will support training and mentoring for emerging professionals, mostly women, who have worked in government and/or non-governmental organizations,...
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Promoting gender equality through networks: Strengthening capacity and advocacy in Myanmar

Through design and delivery of training-of-trainers exercises, the Gender Equality Network (with support from AIT) strengthens gender-analysis capacities in research...
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An analysis of benefits to women from different financial services : case study in Meiktila district, Mandalay region

Pwing Phyu Aung;Yi Yi Win;Khin Thandar Hlaing;Nay Nay AungDepartment of Economics, Yangon University of Economics In developing countries, governmental and...
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Will GAD efforts work without a stable democracy in Myanmar?

Gender in Myanmar Gender inclusion concerns have been widespread among organizations working for Myanmar’s humanitarian and social development after cyclone...
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Qualitative study of parental perceptions of barriers & enablers of girls’ education in Monywa, Myanmar

Khin Thida Nyein; Thida Htay; May Zin Oo; Khin Mar Cho Department of Economics, Yangon University of Economics The gender...
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Gender differences in civic engagement among the youth attending Yangon University of economics

Aung Ko; Myo Win Tin; Ei Ei Phyoe; Benjamn Thulayphaw; Zin Zin Moe Nyo Department of Economics, Yangon University of...
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A sustained effort to foster evidence-based decision-making in Myanmar

September 24, 2019 Research in Action article from IDRC IDRC Over the course of its near 50-year history, IDRC has...
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Increasing gender equality in an evolving democracy

Researchers on the ground in Myanmar are investigating how women can get more involved in policymaking to ensure their voices...
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