A crucial step for Myanmar: Launch of social protection strategy

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About the authors

  • Rasmus Jensen Schjoedt

    Rasmus Jensen Schjoedt is a freelance journalist and consultant working on governance and social protection in Asia. He holds a master's degree in political science and has more than seven years of experience working in international development in Africa and Asia, mainly in the area of civil society support and local governance. He has lived and worked in Myanmar since May 2013 and is currently working on a book about social protection in Asia.
  • Simon Lewis

    Simon Lewis is a freelance journalist covering Southeast Asia. Following a stint as business editor of The Cambodia Daily newspaper in Phnom Penh, he has been based since 2013 in Yangon, where he also worked as an editor and reporter for The Irrawaddy news magazine. He has reported on development, business, human rights and religion in the region.