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20/02/2018

Kyae wants a second child. Just not yet. “My job and my income are important to me too, she says.”
Thanks to voluntary family planning, millions of women in Myanmar are empowered to decide how many children to have, and when to have them.

30/01/2018

When Hlei was pregnant with her third child, the midwife detected a serious complication. Every year, 2,800 women in Myanmar die in childbirth and pregnancy, but Hlei survived. The correct diagnosis by a skilled midwife made the difference between life and death.

30/01/2018

When Hlei was pregnant with her third child, the midwife detected a serious complication. Every year, 2,800 women in Myanmar die in childbirth and pregnancy, but Hlei survived. The correct diagnosis by a skilled midwife saved her life.

18/01/2018

Thiri was 15 years old when she became pregnant. “My boyfriend and I were in love. I didn’t understand the consequences.” Every year, almost 50,000 teenage girls in #Myanmar give birth. 

17/01/2018

Thiri was 15 years old when she became pregnant. “My boyfriend and I were in love. I didn’t understand the consequences.” Every year, almost 50,000 teenage girls in #Myanmar give birth.

04/11/2017

“In the camp for displaced people, I became aware just how much violence there is within families. Now I am proud to be a man who stands up against domestic violence”, says Aung Htwe.

04/11/2017

"အိမ္တြင္းအၾကမ္းဖက္မႈကို ဆန္႔က်င္တဲ့သူျဖစ္ရတာ က်ေနာ္ကိုယ့္ကိုကိုယ္ ဂုဏ္ယူပါတယ္" လို႔ ကိုေအာင္ေထြးက ေျပာပါတယ္။

07/12/2017

Violence against women and girls in Myanmar is a silent emergency. “I want to give these women access to justice”, says Lu Bu, a caseworker at a Women and Girls Centre in Myanmar’s conflict-ridden Kachin State.

05/12/2017

Violence against women and girls in Myanmar is a silent emergency. “I want to give these women access to justice”, says Lu Bu, a caseworker at a Women and Girls Centre in Myanmar’s conflict-ridden Kachin State.

30/11/2017

“In the camp for displaced people, I became aware just how much violence there is within families. Now I am proud to be a man who stands up against domestic violence”, says Aung Htwe.

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