Protection for conflict-affected children in Myanmar
Children affected by the ongoing conflict in Rakhine state, Myanmar are staying safe and recovering thanks to child friendly spaces run by Plan International.
Building New Skills, Stitch by Stitch
To support girls to develop new skills and to financially support themselves, Plan International Myanmar has provided sewing training to over 170 girls in 8 communities.
Girl leads search and rescue team during disasters
In Myanmar, one of the world’s most disaster-prone countries, 13-year-old Su Wai Lwin is among a group of children who are taking the lead on keeping themselves and their peers safe during emergencies.
Small Health Measures Make a Big Difference
A tape measure, some scales, a bar of soap and a room full of singing children. In Thin Chi Gine village, Rakhine State, these are the small, life-saving interventions that parents depend on to keep their children healthy.
The Village That Built a Pre-School
Padar village didn’t have a pre-school, so the community decided to build their own. The women started baking, the men started baby sitting and the whole village started saving money.
Protecting Communities Against Climate Change
Communities are becoming healthier, saving money and protecting themselves against climate change after the started using more energy efficient stoves in Rakhine State.