Months after a maid abuse scandal prompted some of its members to resign, the Myanmar National Human Rights Commission is being drawn into the case of a 13-year-old domestic helper…
The residents of flood-prone Kyaukphyu Township in southwestern Arakan State are still struggling to resume agricultural production seven years after their lands were devastated by Cyclone Giri in 2010.
The introduction of more productive crops is a key strategy for helping vulnerable communities in the Dry Zone.
An untold number of disabled veterans live in army-built communities, struggling to support their families on government allowances.
Burma’s growing industrial workforce is becoming increasingly unionised and assertive.
A newspaper published by Burma’s former ruling party claims that crime has sharply risen in the less than five months that the NLD has been in power.