Wee Eh Htoo

KWCI Reserach and Survey Coordinator

KESAN is a non-profit organization working alongside local communities in Karen State to ensure sustainable livelihoods by preserving indigenous knowledge, building capacity and promoting practice and policy change. KESAN is committed to supporting community-based livelihood initiatives; promoting indigenous knowledge, capabilities and gender equality while enriching livelihoods and biodiversity; raising awareness on environment and climate change; advocating for policies that ensure people’s participation, ownership, gender equity and environmental sustainability in the development process taking place in the rural areas. Paul Sein Twa chairs the KWCI steering group and two of the biodiversity staff, Saw Htoo Blaw and Saw Htoo Eh Wee, are seconded to the KWCI project to lead survey operations.