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Pann Nann Ein

Pann Nann Ein is an organization situated in the township of Dala, just over the Yangon River from Myanmar’s commercial capital.

The enterprise works with disabled people, training them to create ornate handicrafts that riff off traditional Myanmar aesthetics and are marketed towards foreign visitors to Myanmar.

Pann Nann Ein aims to not just create beautiful products – which they do – but allow their members to feel autonomy and worth; things that they are often denied.

In Myanmar society, it is common to regard disabled people as helpless and look at them with nothing but pity. Pann Nan Ein battles these false assumptions.

 

For more information about Pann Nann Ein, or if you wish to visit their shops or workshop, you can contact them directly or get in touch with us.

This film was created in partnership with Why Not Us, a Yangon-based production company.

 

One thought on “Pann Nann Ein”

  • Belinda Lawson

    Very touched by the small video piece on Pann Nann Ein. Inspiring in every way - beautiful products and lovely that the young man managed the envelopes after 6 months. Very humbling - thank you.

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