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These are the photos of opening days photos of Social Sciences course. But, We live in Burma, so no electricity. Light went out. So our opening day began with candles light, as if it were in the 19th century. The courses are attended by future Burmese leaders. This is a process of Capacity Building, One of our objectives of National Youth Network. There will be more courses later on. BAYDA Institute does not accept any grant from any embassy nor organization. We don't present any proposal. We contribute our own savings in the BAYDA Institute. BAYDA flower is the Symbol of people leader and democratic leader Daw Aung San Suu Kyi for us. Thus, BAYDA Institue is her Institute.

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