Where We Work

Hlaingtharyar (Yangon Division)

              Myanmar is home to both a large number of undocumented individuals. According to government census data, 27% of people lack legal identity documents. The Citizenship Scrutiny Card (CSC) currently represent the core legal identity document of citizens of Myanmar. Lack of a CSC hinders people’s ability to enjoy protection of their civil and political rights, access services, and may put them at risk of statelessness. A variety of factors contribute to people’s inability to access legal identity documents.

Hlaingtharyar of Yangon Region which has received huge internal migration from other parts of the country. Braveheart work in this location with enhanced performance by our paralegals, we anticipate to assist more clients in the township to reduce the number of undocumented people (estimated as many as 200,000 based on the figures unofficially disclosed by the immigration officer), to investigate common barriers blocking local residents in accessing to civil documentations, and find durable solutions to those challenges.

Kengtung (Eastern Shan State)

  • Sea Level – 2710 ft
  • Downtown – 5 Wards
  • Village Tract – 37 Village Tract
  • Population – 199515 people
  • Ethnic – Shan (Khun, Tai Nay, Tai Li), Lahu, Akha, Loi (Ann), Wa, Palaung, Bamar, Chinese, Kachin, Kayin, Chin, Rakhaine, Kayar, Others etc ….
  • Religion – Buddhist, Christian, Islam, Hindu & Traditional Beliefs

From KengTung  – 103 Miles to Thailand & 68 Miles to China

Hlaingtharyar (Yangon)

Kengtung (eastern Shan State)