The rise of drug addiction in Kachin State has prompted dozens of private treatment centres to open up, promoting physical and spiritual wellbeing.
This week we hear the personal stories of some of those addicts receiving treatment and we look at the personal and financial cost of getting clean. Listen in Burmese and Jinghpaw.
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