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How Covid-19 can be an opportunity for Myanmar governance actors and civil society to move towards a mature democracy

By the 30th January 2020, World Health Organisation (WHO) declared coronavirus (Covid-19) a “global emergency” after its rate of infection and fatality rose exponentially since first identified in


ActionAid’s Asia Regional Meeting 2020

ActionAid International’s Asia Leadership came together in Yangon from 4-6 February to collectively celebrate our achievements, share learning from good and innovative practices across the region, and


ActionAid Myanmar Covid-19 Responses

ActionAid Myanmar, through its SECURE project partners, is supporting migrant workers in Yangon peri-urban areas that have been affected by the impact of COVID-19


Coronavirus disease (COVID-2019) situation reports


Follow the below link for the situation update of COVID -19 from WHO and MOHA

Workers have the right to safe working and living conditions.

Factory worker in Hlaingtharyar describing working and living conditions.

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Trapped between conflict and Covid-19, villagers from Southern Chin face one of Myanmar's worst food crisis

Paletwa township, Southern Chin, is currently one of Myanmar’s most conflict-affected areas, as it has become cut-off by the intense fighting. This has led to the displacement of over 8,000 people