Rural health care deterioration means losses for pregnant women in Tanintharyi

Being pregnant can be a worrying time for women. Now imagine the stress for women in rural Myanmar who can’t get check-ups or pre-natal medicine and might not be able to get to hospital in emergency because of conflict.

This week’s podcast focusses on the situation in Tanintharyi region, and is produced by journalists from Dawei Watch. The podcast is in Burmese and English languages.

Doh Athan is a weekly podcast about human rights issues in Myanmar. It is made by local journalists with media partners from across the country, through a partnership with Fondation Hirondelle and the support of our donors.



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