Oxfam in Myanmar

Children investigating an Oxfam poster about safe hygiene on the wall in Than Phat Kyaung Su village. Photo: Aye Zaw Myo

From our staff

Nay Zin Latt, Programme Manager

 I can still remember the first day I came to the Oxfam office for my interview. I immediately felt that I wasn't a stranger to Oxfam, and people's hospitality was very warm. I started work as a programme officer, and now manage our programme here.

Our focus is on pushing for improved governance, through projects which help promote women into leadership roles, develop civil society organisations and help people earn a living in ways that are more secure. All of this work is very much adapted to the local context and the particular situation in Myanmar.


Full details of what Oxfam is doing in Myanmar (PDF, 211KB)

In 2013-14 Oxfam helped:

100,000
people in
Myanmar

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