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Cho Cho Sint
Field Assistant
Kyaw Khaung Thant Zin
Research Assistant
Myo Naing Win
Field Assistant
Myo Naing Win is a native southern Myanmar citizen from Hnin Gye village, Ye Phyu Township. He earned his High School diploma in 2008, and joined the University of Forestry in 2009. In October 2014, after graduating he joined the Wildlife Conservation Society as intern, and starting from July 2015 he is working full time as Field Assistant for the WCS Southern Forest Complex
Pyae Phyo Aung
Field Assistant
Pyae Phyo Aung is a third−year English major student at the Dawei University. He has joined WCS in March 2014 as field assistant, and is responsible for conducting the bird survey in the Tanintharyi Region.
Saw Eh Khu Po
Field Assistant
After graduating in 2007, Saw Eh Khu Po worked for Takapaw (a local Civil Society Organization) for about one year. Since May 2014 he is working with WCS in the Southern Forest Complex as a field Assistant for the Biological Monitoring project.
Saw Hay Nay
Field Assistant
Saw Hay Nay graduated from the University of Forestry in 2013. He has been working for WCS Myanmar Program in Southern Forest Complex, Taninthayi Region since January 2014. He is currently working on the Biological Monitoring project.
Saw Lo Doh Htoo
Field Assistant
Saw Lo Doh Htoo is currently studying Geography at the Dawei University. He joined WCS in 2014, and main responsibilities include bird watching in southern part of Myanmar in order to know the distribution of birds and to identify effective avenues for conservation.
Tin Myo Thu
Deputy Technician (RS/GIS)
Tin Myo Thu has been practicing Geographic information systems and Remote Sensing (GIS/RS) since 2011. Since October 2014 he has joined the Wildlife Conservation Society and is working in the Southern Forest Complex and Taninthayi Region of Myanmar.
Htin Ko Ko Zaw
Junior Driver
Min Set
Former Office Assistant
He joined Wildlife Conservation Society since 1999 as Field Assistant. He participated in National Tiger Survey from 1999 to 2001, Hkakaborazi National Park survey from 2002 to 2003, Hponkanrazi Wildlife Sanctuary survey from 2003 to 2004. Since then, he has been helping top manage the Yangon Office.

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