A man who campaigns against multi-level marketing has appeared in a Yangon court after being accused of criminal defamation over social media posts about the Successmore company’s executives and products.
The director of a new film about the Myanmar Army said he aims to document the life of soldiers, but critics say it is a piece of propaganda that seeks to glorify the Tatmadaw and could affect the peace process.
At a training centre for women in Yangon, adolescent girls who have experienced trafficking, abuse and sex work, or have been detained for juvenile offences, learn to understand their bodies and protect themselves from HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.
As part of the NLD government’s plans to bring Universal Health Coverage to Myanmar by 2030, the Sun Quality Health Network has opened its doors to the poorest of the poor, offering subsidised health care to communities used to going without proper treatment.
Frontier interns Khine Me Me Win and Season Myo Kyaw ask Yangon residents for their views on health and education reform since the transition to civilian rule: what has changed, what has worked and what still needs to be done.