Last week the Christian Aid Myanmar team conducted training on participatory tools and data collection with communities from some marginalised groups, such as ethnic people living with disabilities and camps for IDPs in remote and conflict affected areas.

This moment brings the team confidence in this approach to collecting digital data by building the capacity of local peer members who have contextual knowledge, language and are trusted by communities.

We are expanding our activities with other socially sensitive groups here such as people from LGBT, female sex worker and drug user.

Wai Soe, Christian Aid Myanmar Programme Manager