Myanmar in Motion

The Climate-Wise Development Approach


Since its inception, PISA has adopted a multi-modal approach to developing programs that meet the needs of its partners in Asia. Projects include selection and placement of fellows for advanced study in the United States, assistance to libraries and librarian training, translation of key international relations texts, faculty development workshops, consultation with international relations departments on curriculum and program development, and courses organized for advanced training of government officials.

Current Projects

Politics and Management Program

Myanmar Leadership Institute on Climate Change (MLICC)

Previous Project

Summer Institute on Global Climate Change (2009)



Director's Note

As students on campus turn in their final papers and head for summer jobs and internships or launch into the working world, PISA retains its cycle of activity and plans for upcoming projects.  Over

PISA Celebrates 30 Years of Capacity-Building in Asia

PISA's 30 year history is highlighted in the March/April edition of the Elliott School newsletter Briefing.

Myanmar Advanced Leadership Institute on Climate Change

Partnerships for International Strategies in Asia (PISA) offered a two-week Myanmar Advanced Leadership Institute on Climate Change (MALICC) from October 31-November 15, 2014 on the campus of The G