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(UNESCO / Japan Young Researchers' fellowships programme)

Cherry Aung

Beneficiary country: 
Myanmar
Fellow: 
Aung Cherry Myanmar Born on 25 October 1971 in Keng Ton, Myanmar recmlm@dhelm-edu.gov.mm; swethwin@mail4u.com.mm; min.cherry@gmail.com
Country of study: 
India
Last degree obtained: 

University of Mawlamyine, Mawlamyine, Myanmar: Master of Science in Marine Science (10 May 2001).

Scholarly work and publications: 

Community structure and distribution of some mangrove plants in Thanlwin River, Scientia 1999.

The study on the primary productivity of Thanlwin River from a nutrient point of view, 2004.

The study on the benthic macrofauna of North Andaman Sea and Bay of Bengal, 2004.

What the fellow says: 

"I sincerely wish to express my deep sense of appreciation and gratitude to the Director-General of UNESCO and to the Keizo / Obuchi Research Fellowships Programme. I hope that through my efforts I have honoured the spirit of former Prime Minister Obuchi and his belief in 'people building in the next era'."