This episode aims to provide practical support to GBV service providers, as well as the interagency GBV coordination body in country (e.g. GBV sub-sector or cluster) to adapt their referral pathways in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic.


Kachin Women Peace Network calls upon authorities and armed actors to cease fire during #COVID19 pandemic. Instead provide food supplies for displaced persons and prevent and stop human rights violation and sexual violence against women in #Myanmar.


Stop sexual violence against women in conflict! လိင်ပိုင်းဆိုင်ရာ အကြမ်းဖက်မှု ရပ်!

Pa-O Women's Union #Myanmar demands end to sexual violence against women in conflict.


"Civilians are displaced from one place to another amidst the #COVID19 pandemic. We call upon all armed actors for a national ceasefire." - Phoo Phwint, Burmese Women's Union


On this International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, Gender Equality Network's Director Daw May Sabei Phyu tells us why she calls on the authorities, armed actors, civil society and the International community to commit to working together in the same spirit to fight against gender-based violence.


On this International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict, UNFPA’s Representative Ramanathan Balakrishnan calls upon actors in Myanmar to implement the actions agreed within the Joint Communique and to protect vulnerable women, men, girls and boys from conflict related sexual violence to put survivors at the center of the response and to promote accountability to end conflict related sexual violence.


Ms. Tone Tinnes Ambassador of Norway to Myanmar delivers messages marking the International Day for the elimination of sexual violence in conflict this year. "As Myanmar is focusing on COVID-19, gender-based violence survivors may face additional challenges seeking and receiving help. On this International Day for the Elimination of Sexual Violence in Conflict the embassy of Norway stands in solidarity with the survivors. We will listen to them and act on their experience and decision. We are committed to continue to work with Government of Myanmar to prevent and to end this crime."


This episode presents strategies on how to adapt supervision and staff care remotely in the context of the COVID-19 response where supervisors are unlikely to be physically present where caseworkers are providing services.


UNFPA, the United Nations sexual and reproductive health agency, is closely working with the Government, UN agencies and humanitarian partner agencies to keep health systems functioning and maintain the provision of sexual and reproductive health services and to ensure availability of and accessibility to critical GBV and mental health and psychosocial support services during COVID-19. This video highlights the dedicated contribution of our drivers in the field offices in Myanmar to UNFPA's programme activity implementation in the times of pandemic outbreak.


Today is Menstrual Hygiene day. UNFPA co-hosted Q&A session in partnership with So What!?. Dr. Phyo Thiha answered everything you ever wondered about periods.