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This country care review highlights the care-related Concluding Observations from the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.
UNICEF is seeking a consultant in Myanmar.
United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Myanmar Country Office wishes to procure the services of Quantitative & Qualitative Assessment of Residential Care Facilities in Myanmar.
This video highlights the work of JJ's Children's Home (funded by a US-based organization called Heaven's Family) in their journey with the support of SFAC and ACCIR's Kinnected program to transition from institutional care of children to family-based care, reintegrating children into their families or placing them in kinship and foster care.
This thesis focused on the two questions ‘What is the current situation on orphanage tourism in Myanmar?’ and ‘What are the causes of orphanage tourism?’.
This article shines light on the vulnerability to trafficking and exploitation of children in the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh.
Nearly a million people of the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar have fled to Bangladesh since August - and are now living in refugee camps in the port town of Cox's Bazar - to escape what the UN has deemed 'ethnic cleansing' in the Rakhine stat
This guidance document, developed by the Myanmar Responsible Tourism Institute, Hanns Seidel Foundation, and Myanmar's Ministry of Hotels and Tourism, offers guidance to those in the tourism sector on how to protect children in institutions.
The Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement of Myanmar, with the support of UNICEF, launched a set of guidelines and minimum standards, alongside monitoring and oversight plans, aimed at bettering the lives of children in residential care.