COVID-19’s impact on employment on women in Myanmar

Myanmar has recently seen economic growth, especially in agriculture, forestry, fisheries, service and sales, and craft and related trade. The labour force is primarily male, with 77.1% of working age men participating in the labour force in 2017, compared to 54.3% of women.1 However, participation ...


Coping with the COVID-19 Pandemic in Myanmar COVID-19 has impacted all of the countries in the Mekong Region, including Myanmar. The government has responded through a range of policy and legislative measures. Responses to COVID-19 has had economic impact, social impact, and environmental impact. Businesses have been ...

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