Ei Piwnt Rhi Zan

Although Rhi Zan has a Masters in Electronics Engineering and started her career out in the engineering field, her passion for peace and helping her community led her to do something completely outside of her field.

She started working a projects as a Managing Director on a project called The Third Story Project and turned it to a nonprofit social
enterprise from the volunteer group by creating children's books with positive messages and distributing it through the whole country.

She has been filling the gap between children's literature and engaging youths from different communities. In addition to her Third Story activities, she has been working as an educator for entrepreneurs and as a social enterprise consultant at the British Council in Myanmar.

Besides that, she has been volunteering as a trainer and facilitator for youths from different townships working together with YSEALI Alumni Network. She is one of the founding members of the White Sharing Donation Group and Social Enterprise Development Association of Myanmar.

She is a winner of the Young Social Entrepreneur Award (2016), Alumni Engagement Innovation Fund Award (2016) and Mission-Driven Alumni Outreach Program Award (2017). She is a member of the Myanmar Engineering Society, the United Nation Alliance of Civilization (Youth), Yangon Based Youth Volunteers Network and Italian-Myanmar Friendship Giuseppe Malpeli Association.

Ei Piwnt Rhi Zan's Project

Describe Third Story Project Third Story Project is a non-profit social enterprise. We create children's storybooks with positive messages which reflect every child in Myanmar. We mainly produce Myanmar, English, Bilingual, and other Ethnic Myanmar Languages. These stories are for 4 to 11 years old kids. We are going to produce storybooks for adolescents in […]

Ei Piwnt Rhi Zan's Tweets

School in Depeyin, Myanmar
How can we tell children that a school is a safe place for them?
Can you tell me how?

Many political prisoners are on the death sentence. Even though there is no law for it, they executed four political prisoners on Saturday. Now we heard another three had been executed again. And 41 prisoners are on the way. I am surprised that no one can stop this tragedy.

RAKHINE —A headmaster and a teacher from Thinbaw Hla village in Maungdaw township were abducted by unidentified kidnappers and their families were asked to pay a ransom of 5 million Bangladeshi taka to release them, education officer Aung San Kyaw told DVB. /1

"I had to cut off the head, bro," said a murderer soldier, and he did whatever he could to do the worst without controlling anything.
He doesn't have any power but a killer license. Thus, he uses it all.
From the kind of institution, what do you expect?

Myanmar Military use Telegram as a tool to hurt innocent people in Myanmar and spread the false news.

#TelegramHurtsWomen on International Women's Day.

"Break the Bias, Sound the Alarm"🙅‍♀️

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