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Myauk-U residents using internet service to have a contact with their family members on the Pha-Yar-Thone-Su mountain where small internet signal can be received in center of Myauk-U, after 3 months of internet shutdown. (Photo by Development Medai Group)
“This is the 21st century. Many people use internet for a variety of different reasons. And for us, the internet is a reason we can survive.” – community member, Rakhine State, Myanmar Imagining what it is like to go a day or even a week in this digital age without internet is truly unfathomable...
( ဒီ ဘလော့ဂ်ကို ရေးသားရာတွင် Oxfam ၏ Private Sector Policy Advisor ဖြစ်သော Yaqian Liang မှလည်း ပါဝင်ကူညီပေးထားပါသည်။) ကမ္ဘာကြီးဟာ ရာစုနှစ်တစ်ခုအတွင်း အကြီးမားဆုံး ကပ်ရောဂါဆိုးကြီးနဲ့ ရင်ဆိုင်နေရပါတယ်။ လက်ရှိမှာ ကမ္ဘာ့နိုင်ငံနဲ နယ်မြေဒေသစုစုပေါင်း ၁၉၀ ကျော်မှာ ရောဂါဖြစ်ပွားနေပါတယ်။ လူဦးရေ ၈...
(This blog is prepared with significant contributions from Yaqian Liang, Private Sector Policy Advisor) The world is facing the worst global pandemic in a century, to date it has reached more than 190 countries and territories and an estimated 800,000 or more people are infected, with these number...
Well renovated by the Oxfam with the funding support from European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid/ Photo: Oxfam in Myanmar
In 2019, Mon state suffered from one of the worst natural disasters in its history. Serious flooding affected the lives of thousands of people, particularly those residing in harder to reach remote villages. Kaw Wat village in Kyite Ma Yaw township, has an population of approximately 400 people and...
Women IDPs planning community engagement activities in the camps
While the Rohingya crisis is perhaps most visible in the refugee camps in Bangladesh, the underlying drivers have been ongoing in Myanmar for decades. In Rakhine state, Rohingya and many other communities continue to face violence and abuse, with serious consequences for their ability to access...
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