After each disaster in Southeast Asia, well-meaning groups donate infant formula, not realising the dangers it can pose to mothers and infants.
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Remains are uncovered just one kilometre from the first discovered camp, as suspected officials and police are transferred from their positions.
Dangerous chemicals have found their way into many food products in Burma. DVB Debate discusses how a lack of regulation in the food industry has affected the standard of food in the country today.
UNOCHA claims hundreds of thousands of people in IDP camps and isolated villages in Arakan State have already been affected by the disruption to humanitarian aid services caused by the[…]
A campaign called, “Their Hands, Our Future” has been set up in Rangoon to raise awareness for children whose parents cannot afford to send them to school.
Burma’s economy is now growing in the wake of drastic political reforms but more than a quarter of the population remains under the poverty line. DVB debate discusses how Burma can break this cycle of poverty.