Episode 81: Support in suffering

Doh Athan reports from the Thai border town of Mae Sot, where a centre has been established to support survivors of domestic violence.

As well as organising a support group, the Freedom Restoration Project also holds parenting workshops for migrant mothers, and visits migrant schools to teach teenage girls how to identify the signs of sexual abuse, and defend themselves.

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Win Zar Ni Aung

Win Zar Ni Aung

Win Zar Ni Aung began her journalism career in 2011 and previously worked as deputy chief reporter at Myanmar National Television.
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