With the facilitative leadership of three Myanmar with disability who have completed their on year training program named DUSKIN Leadership Training in Japan: a Program for persons with disabilities in Asia and the Pacific Region, Myanmar Independent Living Initiative (MILI) was established in Yangon on May 8th 2011 to initiate and start the independent living movement of persons with disabilities in Myanmar together with peer groups.
To build an inclusive and right-based barrier free society where persons with disabilities can live independently with their full potential as other.
To empower and support persons with disabilities for their independent living
To advocate and promote the inclusion and rights of persons with disabilities
People with disabilities (Priority to women,children and persons with severe disabilities)
Persons with physical, visual and/or hearing impairment
Persons with intellectual impairment
Persons with Leprosy
Persons with HIV/AIDS
persons with long-term disease
persons with epilepsy
poor elderly persons
Where is Myanmar Independent Living Initiative