Hidden Strengths, Hidden Struggles: Women’s testimonies from southeast Myanmar27th July 2016Thematic Reports
All the photos were taken by a KHRG member. The first was taken on November 13th 2014, at a hill farm in H--- village, Daw Poo village tract, Hpapun District. The photo shows two women winnowing rice, an ancient technique which separates the grain from the chaff. The second photo, taken on February 7th 2015, shows a Myanmar government nurse in M--- village, Kyainseikgyi Township, Dooplay District, giving a health check to a pregnant woman. The nurse offered vaccinations to children under the age of two, and health checks for the pregnant women. The next photo was also taken in Dooplaya District, in February 2012, in N--- village, Kawkareik Township. Naw P--- is 47 years old, and was injured by a landmine near N---village before a warning sign was placed there. Her left leg was badly injured, as was her left foot, which later had to be amputated. She received treatment at Maesot General Hospital in Thailand. Nae P--- has six children. The last photo was taken on January 6th 2015, in D--- village, Toungoo District. It shows students in Standard 4 at their school. Villagers reported that the children were trying to learn how to read and write the Myanmar Language alphabet, but that they were not able to do so due to poor teaching. [Photos: KHRG]
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- Last update: 19 December 2016
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