MyanmarWater 2016 will gather thousands of industry professionals in trying to tackle the emerging challenges faced by Myanmar as well as offering business opportunities in promoting positive developments in the sector and to also make a difference by ramping up development of the country's water systems. MyanmarWater 2016 is therefore an ideal springboard for all industry players in the region and foreign investors who are keen to carve a niche in this newly emerging market. The focus will be on water supply, sanitation, water resources and purification.
- It is estimated that the water consumption is 113.562 liter per day per person stated by one of the representatives of Yangon City Development Committee (YCDC).
- From the present status of the water environment in the country, the percentage of people cover by safe water and sanitation facilities is relatively low compared to the global status.
- Consumption of storage water from reservoir is not only for the irrigation but also for drinking purpose.
- The government strive to meet the improved requirements of living standards, extension of industrial development as well as prevent water borne diseases and present sustainable management of water resource and improve the water supply system.