Adolescent girls at IDP camp participate in sexual and reproductive health awareness session in Kachin State.  Photo: UNFPA MMR
YANGON, Myanmar— “There is social stigma existing in our community to speak about sexual and reproductive health especially concerning adolescents and youth. People are too shy to talk about it. Since we have grown up under this shadow, we don’t even know that young people have the right to access sexual and reproductive health information,” said Thura, 15, a local youth from Yangon. 
Figure 1: UNFPA field staff provides clean delivery kits (CDK) for pregnant women in conflict affected areas.
There is a saying that goes: It takes a village to raise a child. It also takes community support and access to information and supplies to safely birth that child including during times of crisis.  According to the 2022 Myanmar Humanitarian Response plan, there are an estimated 14.4 million people in need of humanitarian assistance. Among them, UNFPA Myanmar estimates that among them, there are about 3.7 million wom...
25 participants from different states and regions attend the Integrative ADAPT Therapy (IAT) Certification training
In collaboration with Global Health Connect, UNFPA organizes Integrative ADAPT Therapy (IAT) Certification Training in Yangon for frontline workers and local mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) professionals. 25 participants from different states and regions attend the training. This 3-day training is facilitated by Global Health Connect and UNFPA through a hybrid model (online and in-person). Upon complet...

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