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Thursday 6 August 2015

Over 100,000 children with little access to food and clean water in flood-affected Myanmar. With over 2,400 schools shut, at least 250,000 children can't continue learning

August 6, 2015 – Over 100,000 children don't have sufficient food and access to clean drinking water because of ruined crops and contaminated water wells in flood-affected Myanmar, warns Save the Children.

 

Monday 3 August 2015

Save the Children deploys aid workers to flood-affected areas of Myanmar

Flooding triggered by heavy monsoon rains and Cyclone Komen have left at least four states and divisions in Myanmar under water, prompting the government to declare natural disaster zones in those areas.

Sunday 2 August 2015

Save the Children ready to respond to affected population in Myanmar floods. Spokespeople available

At least 150,000 people, including 60,000 children, have been affected by intense flooding in Myanmar.

Friday 31 July 2015

Ma Khin Saw: A Brighter Future for her Child

Ma Khin Saw: A Brighter Future for her Child

In Sai Toke Village of Rakhine State, Ma Khin Saw works odd jobs like rearing pigs, tailoring and selling fuel, while her husband works as a fisherman. The busy schedule to keep themselves financially afloat takes quality time away from their child. What the family needed was a little bit of help to pushstart themselves into a better position.

Friday 26 June 2015

“Opportunities and Challenges for refugee students and teachers returning from Thailand to Myanmar”

Yangon, Bangkok, 22nd June 2015- Myanmar Education Consortium and Save the Children International are to hold the media event on “Opportunities and Challenges for refugee students and teachers returning from Thailand to Myanmar” on 26th June 2015 at Monsoon Restaurant, Yangon, Myanmar.

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