Ensuring reproductive rights for all


20 June 2018

Donors visit Rakhine to explore needs and challenges

From 5 to 7 June 2018, the supporters of UNFPA Myanmar’s Women and Girls First programme visited programme activities in Rakhine State. Donors from Australia, Finland and Italy met with displaced women and girls in camps in the Sittwe area, and also visited Women and Girls Centers in Kyauktaw and Mrauk U. “For survivor-centred

UNFPA’s Laura Londén meets clients and staff at a Marie Stopes International sexual and reproductive health and rights clinic in Yangon.

7 June 2018

Inclusion and equal access are priorities as UNFPA’s Deputy Executive Director visits Myanmar

Laura Londén, UNFPA Deputy Executive Director and United Nations Assistant Secretary-General, visited Myanmar from 16-19 May, 2018. She was accompanied by Björn Andersson, UNFPA Regional Director for Asia and the Pacific. An important part of the mission was to seek common ground for providing services for women and girls

A comb and a mirror go a long way towards a sense of dignity for this woman in Sin Pite village in Myanmar’s Rakhine State.

10 April 2018

UNFPA dignity kits reach women in Rakhine ahead of monsoon

A catching smile spreads across her face as she opens the dignity kit in her simple home. She begins to laugh as she tries out the comb and mirror. Her daughter leans over to touch the bright yellow t-shirt, and to smell its clean newness. The mother and daughter in Sin Pite village are two of both Muslim and Buddhist women in



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