Myanmar teenager

Duration: 13min 47sec Views: 555 Submitted: 06.02.2020
Category: Teen
Young people in Myanmar make up more than half of the national population, with year-olds making up the largest group. Research shows that young people in Myanmar have a limited understanding of sexual and reproductive health, with 38 per cent of adolescents admitting they did not know a woman could become pregnant if she has sex only once, and only More than 50 representatives from Government and non-Government organizations came together to share good practices and identity opportunities for strengthening sexuality education policy, curriculum and teaching in Myanmar. The Technical Guidance assists education, health and other relevant authorities in the development and implementation of sexuality education programmes and materials. UNESCO regional advisor for health and education, Kabir Singh, said the UN Technical Guidance covers a wide range of topics; going beyond sexual and reproductive health to include broader life skills such as negotiating consent and staying safe. We need to help children at the earliest ages understand gender equality, healthy relationships, and respect for themselves and one another.

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Positive health, education and gender equality outcomes for Myanmar youth

Dau Naw, a year-old girl wearing a wide smile, lopsided bunches of hair and a slightly grubby floral dress, sits in a circle on the bamboo floor with a dozen adolescent girls. She has a nature so animated that she frequently reduces the rest of the group to helpless giggles. As they sit on the meeting room floor of the camp for internally displaced people on the outskirts of the Kachin capital, Myitkyina, they talk about their fears of rape and sexual assault, the risk of trafficking, parental beatings and the daily chores demanded of them as girls that keep them from education and leisure. In traditional Burmese culture — where men are considered superior to women and young people are bound to defer to their elders — adolescent girls are widely expected to keep their thoughts, feelings and opinions to themselves. As a result, abuses go unreported and many girls remain ignorant of their human rights or potential. The Girl Determined programme involves girls gathering for weekly meetings over eight months. Activities, led by local trained facilitators, include planting and nurturing a seed, decorating and keeping a journal, and sport.

Myanmar Teenager Still Missing as Authorities Arrest Three of Her Traffickers

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Home News Myanmar. The year-old from Kin village in Mingon township, Sagaing region, was trafficked to Muse in northern Shan state by an aunt who abducted her in Mandalay, where the girl worked. A video posted to a Facebook page used by Myanmar migrant workers in China on Nov. On Dec. The girl is believed to be with someone named Kyaw Kyaw, who posted the Nov.