U Zau Lunn

Steering Committee Member of Multistakeholders Forum

U Zau Lunn worked as a teacher in the Department of Marine Science of the Mawlamyine University for 13 years and worked as an aquatic survey team leader of the Biodiversity and Nature Conservation Association (BANCA) for 5 years. He has been working as freshwater and marine conservation programme coordinator in the Fauna & Flora International-Myanmar Programme including roles in project management and surveys relevant to fisheries and socioeconomic of fisheries communities since 2012.
U Zau Lunn has written reports and scientist publications on fish and coral in Myanmar. One of his latest scientific publications are Obura, D., Benbow, S. and Zau Lunn (2014) Coral diversity and reef resilience in the northern Myeik Archipelago, Myanmar. Report No. 3 of the Tanintharyi Conservation Programme, a joint initiative of Fauna and Flora International (FFI) and the Myanmar Forest Department. FFI, Yangon and Zau Lunn (2014) Status of coral reefs in East Asian Region: 2014, edited by Tadashi, K., Tun Karenne and Chou Loke Ming, GCRMN, published by Ministry of Environment, Japan, 2014. pp 139-152.
U Zau Lunn is PADI advanced scuba diver since 2012 and EFR First Aid and also Reef Check Eco Diver since 2012. U Zau Lunn has more than 200 scuba dives experience in Myanmar, the Philippines and Indonesia.
U Zau Lunn is also Ramsar CEPA-NGO Focal for Myanmar since 2011 and GCRMN Myanmar Coordinator since 2013.