According to the United Nations, Myanmar is one of the poorest countries in the world, eighty percent of households do not have electricity; Rural villages do not have running water nor electricity.
Most villages have no schools, children are often uneducated, raising vulnerability to human traffic, child labor, sex trade.
In addition, there are few health care facilities, which are unaffordable financially for socially excluded people, and even middle class.
The country emerged from a military reign where human rights were violated.
Since November 2015, the new government has ensured that its priority is peace.
Burmese land is emerging, it is opening up, people need support and compassion after years of military “constraints”.
The needs of the inhabitants in rural areas are felt, seventy years of civil war and half a century of military dictatorship have left a profound imprint on conscience and morals.