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Shaping Male Role Models

U Than Htay is a 55-year-old man from Hlaing Thar Yar who used to consider housework as a “woman’s job”. He had never done any housework or ever helped with cooking, washing clothes or cleaning. He

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Strengthening a responsive, diverse and democratic civil society in Myanmar

The forum is off to a great start with many people from diverse backgrounds joining, learning from one another and contributing to the forum. There are a lot of discussions among the various groups

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RMIT University Students Participates in the First Official Community University Course in Myanmar's Dry Zone

The students who are studying both bachelor and master degrees are from different fields including social work, international development, planning, environment and agriculture and will spend the next

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Newsletter 2018

Newsletter 2018

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Seeing Poverty in a Worm’s Eye View: A Public Talk by Professor Muhammad Yunus

"When you look from a bird-eye view, you see too many things, but not too detailed. I looked from the worm-eye view, just as a worm crawling on the ground. Being a professor, if I try to see things

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ActionAid Myanmar, 7th Fellowship National Conference

actionaid myanmar fellowsship conference

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Q1 2019 Newsletter

Q1 2019 News Letter

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Adolescents Conference Writing a New Page in Myanmar’s History

“Adolescence is an age when they are experiencing both mental and physical change in transition to adulthood, and it’s also a stage that can be easily influenced, therefore it’s the best time to

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U-Report in Myanmar: Giving Youth a Voice

U-Report was launched by U Soe Kyi, the Director General of the Department of Social Welfare from the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement who discussed the importance of the U-Report

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A Story of Triumph

“I used to be afraid to speak up for myself and for other women. I do not know much, but the little that I know is that my children must be more educated than I am to defend themselves. In a