On the 14th September, 2016, the NGO Child Rights Working Group (NCRWG) met with the Women and Child Rights Committee of the Upper House of the Parliament, in Nay Pyi Taw in order to effectively address children issues.
MEC now operates a Strategic Facilitation Fund (SFF) to support a broader base of stakeholders to engage in evidence-based policy dialogue. This is a flexible mechanism to support and resource initiatives as they arise.
Monastic education refers to a nation-wide network of schools run by monasteries and nunneries that have long provided free education to girls and boys of all backgrounds, mostly attracting students from poor, ethnic and migrant communities.
Education for ethnic nationalities includes the systems established by civilian administrations associated with Ethnic Armed Organisations (EAO) and networks of community-run schools supported by civil society organisations in ethnic areas.
At MEC we believe it’s not enough to just achieve change – you need to share the results.
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