Key developments at the agency include making training more useful and offering it to lower-level officials, says public policy expert who is assisting the reform process.
Karen Women Organization head Naw K’nyaw Paw discusses her work and her remaining goals after becoming the 3rd Myanmar recipient of the International Women of Courage Award.
Currently undergoing treatment for kidney failure, the peerless activist, advocate and educator reflects on a life lived for justice and the rights of all.
Yo Ya May supports 200 weavers in the remote hills of Chin and Rakhine states by selling their handwoven textiles in Yangon and beyond.
When Ko Myint Thein Htun went into the family cotton weaving business by a twist of fate some 20 years ago, he had no idea he would spark a new cottage industry.
Ask painter, writer and filmmaker U Win Pe—one of Myanmar’s most celebrated living artists—to define his talent and he’ll tell you he’s ‘just a storyteller’.
Managing director of Myeik-based tour operator is making fiberglass speedboats to cater to growing number of visitors to Mergui Archipelago
Thick skin and determination are the essential ingredients to RTH Group managing director Htet Myet Oo’s recipe for success in the modern Myanmar food industry.
May Thin Kyu started Kreate Food in 2015 to provide much-needed business services for a fledgling market.
Virya Myanmar gives training and opportunities to women in need, making high quality clothing in traditional fabrics for the Yangon market.
Renowned in Myanmar as a pioneer of library science, and honored abroad for his contributions to scholarship, U Thaw Kaung looks back on a life among books.
Cloth bags with ethnic patterns are becoming popular with foreign and local women