National Geographic and Internews held a photo camp in Mandalay, MyanmarRead more
A new report analyzes the transition the news media sector in Myanmar is undergoing since the political reforms that began in 2010.
by Timo Luege
Young photographers from across Myanmar participate in a photo camp in Mandalay
The Mekong River basin is home to more than 300 million people and spans six countries – Cambodia, China, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam.
First ever National Geographic Photo Camp in Myanmar Exhibition happening at American Center, Yangon
Internews helped organize a 5-day photo camp for young people in Mandalay
As aid workers rushed to vaccinate Rohingya refugees against measles earlier this year, rumours swirled through the overcrowded camps in Bangladesh - the injections would make women sterile and convert children into Christians.
By Jacqueline Dalton, Humanitarian communication specialist, BBC Media Action
Rohingya and Chittagonian share noticeable similarities but are local interpreters equipped to translate the nuances of the words the refugees use?
August 25 marks one year since Rohingya refugees fled violence in Rakhine state in Myanmar to Bangladesh. One year later, Rohingya refugees live in various camps in Bangladesh. What has changed in terms of communication and accountability within this year?