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Myanmar Journal (S)

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Pann Nann Ein is a Myanmar foundation located in Yangon, dedicated to helping persons with disabilities to have a full life through engaging in creative livelihoods. A number of artisans are deaf, so everyone within the workshop learns sign language together. This enables everyone to communicate with one another and creates a culture of belonging for all.

“Our focus is to not only teach technical skills but to enable our artisans to grow in confidence and independence, through business and life skills training. That way they can become active members of their families and communities, and instead of being dependents, they can be providers for their families” 
– Ma Hnin Phyu Kaung, co-founder of Pann Nann Ein

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