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Only a quarter of Rohingya refugees’ education needs have been met

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 23 August 2018 | by: GEM Report | Story Source: GEM Report ~ Go to Original Article The...

Education desperately needed for refugees in Cox’s Bazar

Photo: (From Author Site URL) Date: 27 Aug 2018 by: Thompson Chau | Story Source: Myanmar Times ~ Go to Original Article A group...

Myanmar: Non-formal education programme extended to 5 border camps

Photo Credit: UNESCO Bangkok Date: 3 July 2018 | By: Ei Shwe Phyu | Story Source: Myanmar Times ~ Go to Original Article   "The...

A lost generation: No education, no dreams for Rohingya refugee children

Aid groups have set up makeshift “learning centres” in Bangladeshi camps, but Rohingya parents say proper schools are needed By: Jason Patinkin Freelance journalist, and...

Stepping into a Virtual Reality Classroom for Teacher Training in Myanmar

by CSD|May 23rd, 2018 By Haein Shin & Tara Stafford Ocansey Categories: Capacity Building, Education, Sustainable Development Goals, Technology, Technology for Development, Tools and Systems Design   Addressing...

Childhood Interrupted: Plan International Release Report on The Lives of Rohingya...

Childhood Interrupted Download the Report from PLAN International, 25 February 2018   At least 688,000 refugees have fled Myanmar's Rakhine state, following an extreme escalation of violence,...

Rohingya girls are living in a grim purgatory

Sabuka's mother was killed crossing the border into Bangladesh. For every one of the almost one million Rohingya people living in camps in camps in...

Teacher works overtime to give Rohingya girls a chance to learn

Working to help young Rohingya refugees girls get some schooling in displacement Recently arrived Rohingya refugee, Rosina Akhter, 12, is in school for the...

Myanmar’s non-formal learners: Hard work, hard lessons, and hope through education

UNESCO Bangkok recently visited schools that are part of the pilot three-year Non-Formal Middle School Education (NFME) project in Myanmar, which targets 14 to 16-year-old children who do not have access to formal education...

Daily News Flash 722

Issue 722,19 February: KEEP UP YOUR PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE! More articles are available: www.flexlearnstrategies.net/news/ Quote of the Day The secret of change is to focus all of your...

Hour-of-Code introduced at Myanmar’s biggest school

By KYAW PHONE KYAW | 31 JAN 2018 A global movement of computer programming for children named Hour-of-Code was introduced by the Myanmar STEM Education Association (MSEA) at...

Japan to boost education partnership with Myanmar

By NYAN LYNN AUNG, 23 January, 2018 Japan looks forward to more Myanmar students taking part in a student exchange program this year, said Koetsu Yamazaki, president of...

Educating Myanmar’s youngest refugees

16 January, 2018 By Kevin Watkins/Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh Sofia Begum is a case study in the power of hope. Three months ago, armed vigilantes attacked the...

Myanmar: Draft of Basic Education Law faulty: teachers

By EI SHWE PHYU 04 JAN 2018 The Myanmar Teachers’ Federation has said the draft of the Basic Education Law to be submitted to the Pyidaungsu Hluttaw on...

Myanmar: A review of education sector in 2017

By EI SHWE PHYU 22 DEC 2017 This year has been eventful for the education sector in Myanmar and here is a look at our pick of...

Lifelong learning in a refugee camp

Ida Sem Fossvik|Published 21. Dec 2017 "Our challenge is to guarantee the right to education, lifelong learning and wellbeing of more than 370.000 refugee children”,...

Myanmar launches education program to prevent child abuse

By Mizzima On Wednesday, 6 December 2017 Myanmar has launched an education program on youths against child rape and child abandonment following the holding of the Youth...

A New Lesson to Teach Refugees

The number of children displaced from their homes is daunting, but groups are working with governments to offer a brighter future. During the past month...

Myanmar: Non-Formal Education: the only ‘second chance’ for many working children

07 Nov 2017 By Macarena Aguilar Myanmar’s 2014 census found that 20 percent of the country’s school age children are out of school, with Kayin and...

Educating for Myanmar’s Future

10/30/2017 After a half-century of neglect under military rule, Myanmar’s education system has fallen apart. Prospects for sustaining the country’s fragile political transition hinge not...

Myanmar: Dubai Cares commits Dh1.84m for Rohingyas at UN

Today, more than 75 million children around the world out of school due to emergencies. And during the 72nd United Nations General Assembly (UNGA)...

Myanmar: Malala calls for defence of Rohingya

Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai says the "global community" needs to intervene to protect Myanmar's Muslim minority. She urged Myanmar's leader Aung San Suu...

Situation Analysis of Out-of-School Children in Nine Southeast Asian Countries

In an effort to assist the countries in Southeast Asia to develop more robust policies and programmes for out-of-school children (OOSC) in their respective...

Documentary Hopes to Spur Debate on Education in Myanmar’s Rakhine State

BANGKOK —  The plight of displaced communities in Myanmar’s western Rakhine State and the impact of the displacement on children has led to calls, in...

Myanmar Mobile Project Helps Lift Young Workers Out of Poverty

YANGON —  It’s six o’clock in the evening, Saw Ku Do reviews his English lessons shortly after finishing an 11-hour shift serving food and sweeping...

Monastic schools complement Myanmar education system

When Ko Khun Aung Htut, was 12 years-old, he used to walk eight miles a day to school, a journey that took him six...

University alliance in Asia aims to boost regional ties and global...

Fifteen universities across Asia have formed a consortium in order to capitalise on the region’s economic power to facilitate intra-Asian mobility and enhance academic and research...

Myanmar Plans Education Reform, But Critics Claim Lack of Consultation

// Myanmar Plans Education Reform, But Critics Claim Lack of Consultation// Myanmar's democratic government recently launched a comprehensive, multi-year strategy to reform the country's...

Myanmar: Rethinking ethnicity in the classroom

THE ROLE of culture in education is often a controversial subject. In Myanmar, the debate is largely focused on the language of instruction, with...

Human Rights Day 2016 Everyone has the right to education: ...

Myanmar Non-Formal Education Photo Essay The more than 100 factories in Myanmar’s Hlaing Thar Yar Township draw migrant workers from across the country and the...