Accelerating Mini-Grids In Myanmar And Expanding Energy Access To Villagers

Only 50% of households in Myanmar, one of the poorest nations in Southeast Asia, are connected to the public grid. Five years ago, the government set a goal of electrifying 100% of the country by 2030. With that in mind, in June, Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship, together with Smart Power Myanmar and supported by […]

Grocery stores on the move upscale

The United States is notorious for its big-box store culture, where huge supermarkets with ample parking drawing customers on a weekly basis. The traditional Myanmar shopping experience could not be more different, with consumers visiting their local small shops and markets nearly every day. Yet the rising middle class in Myanmar is driving changes in […]