An increasing number of Myanmar people are selling kidneys as a quick-fix solution to poverty and debt, with many donors going to India for transplants and telling lies to have them approved.
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Ethnic leaders and negotiators say that the government and military have blocked discussion of key political and economic issues at the 21st Century Panglong Union Peace Conference that opened today in Nay Pyi Taw.
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.
Sluggish sales in the high end of the property market have prompted Yoma Strategic Holdings and First Myanmar Investment to move into “mass market” projects under the new brand Yoma Land.