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5 March 2019

Support from Japan to empower and protect women and girls

NAY PYI TAW, Myanmar – The Government of Japan and UNFPA have signed an agreement to empower and protect women and girls in the conflict-affected states Kachin, Rakhine and Shan. This important partnership that builds on an agreement that was signed in 2018. The agreement was signed on 26 February 2019, and is part of an

5 March 2019

Data harmonization to keep track of progress

NAY PYI TAW, Myanmar – Trends and progress can only be tracked if the same indicators are used consistently over time and by different data producers. This is crucial to development, because it makes effective planning, monitoring and evaluation possible. Together with Myanmar’s Central Statistical Organization, UNFPA organized

15 January 2019

Outreach workers and dignity kits avert crises within a crisis in Kachin’s IDP camps

Lu Tawng was facing a crisis within a crisis. In 2011, at the age of 11, she fled from her home together with her parents and the war reached her village in Myanmar’s conflict-torn Kachin State. Seven years later she still lived with her parents in a camp for displaced people. But when she became unintentionally pregnant, she


This case study focuses on the delivery of integrated services for gender-based violence...
In 2018, UNFPA Myanmar provided integrated sexual and reproductive health and rights/...

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