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Working in Myanmar since 2008, supporting children, young people and their families to live more fulfilling lives
See the impact of our work

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.

Students Take the Lead on School Safety

In one of the world’s most disaster-prone countries, school students in Myanmar are taking the lead on keeping themselves, and each other safer 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.

Building Greener and More Resilient Communities

More than 1000 students in 70 villages of Rakhine State are now better prepared to respond to disasters and mitigate the risks of climate change after joining School Disaster Management Committees. 

Improving education with the flip of a switch

For children in Rakhine State, Myanmar, the evolution of solar power is changing their daily lives.With solar lights they can now read and study at home and this energy-efficient option is transforming students' lives.

Better Parents and Healthier, Happier Children

To learn how to care for their children and become better spouses, men and women in Taungup Township, Rakhine State are taking part in parenting groups and are demonstrating a strong understanding of the profound impact that early childhood care and education can have on their child’s future development.

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.

Our results last year
  • 195,054
    beneficiaries reached across all programs
  • 235
    Communities supported by Plan International Myanmar
  • 4,034
    students join school Disaster Risk Management Committees
Key contacts

Kelly Stevenson

Country Director

Lin Lin Aung

Programme Director
No.7 Kanbawza Street
Ward No (2) Golden Valley, Bahan Township