Strong Flowers' Activities


Panel Discussions and talks

Following are some of the list of panel discussions and talks participated by Strong Flowers over the past few years;
Sexual harassment awareness discussions in Myanmar Women Self–defense Center (2020)
New Approaches for Advancing to SRH in Myanmar NASM program organized by DKT International (2019, 2017)
Muslim Women Forum organized by Social Alliances (2019)
Adolescent Girls' Rights Forum organized by Tharthimyay Foundation (2018)
Sexual harassment awareness discussions in Dagon University for SHE (safe and helpful environment) project (2018)
Feminist book launch event organized by Mote Oo (2017)
SUNY Buffalo,SUNY Syracuse,SUNY Cortland, SUNY Binghamton, Monroe Community College, Tompkins Cortland Community College, Onondaga Community College, Trumansburg High School.

Anti sexual Harassment awareness panel discussion, MWSDC, Yangon.

Sexual-harassment awareness & bystander interventions training (#Askforzarni-break the silence campaign). Photo: 57th Bars, Yangon.


Strong Flowers offers consutation to women's organizations, civil society organizations and local business groups on drafting workplace anti-sexual harassment policies, educator guidebooks on sexual and reproductive health education as well as menstrual health and hygiene management.


Strong Flowers’ engage in media actions as follows:
- BBC: Click Here to see more...
- Shwe FM (Min Nae Doe Nae Thi Say Phoe)
- Myanmar Radio (May Doe Yay Yar)
Yangonthu Michelle
Awareness on child sexual abuse: how to teach your child to prevent sexual abuse Click Here to see more in Youtube
Mizzima channel interview about women in Myanmar society (weekly program)
Protagonist in documentary SHE: gender equality award winning documentary in international film festival on human rights and human dignity 2017
Women’s Desire Campaign (report documentary about women’s movement in Myanmar) Click Here to see more in Youtube

Research Introduction

For the last three years, Myanmar Women’s Self Defense Center in collaboration with Strong Flowers Sexuality Education Services has been collecting survey information from students that attend our full self defense classes on their personal experiences of sexual harassment. Over the last three years, over 300 people (primarily women) have taken our full self defense course, and attendants are required to complete the sexual harassment research survey before the start of the first class. The purpose of this survey is to give readers some insight into the kinds of harassment women face in Myanmar as well as help us as an organization understand the needs and experiences of the students attending our course. Continue Reading...