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ミャンマー自立生活イニシアティブ(以下MILI)は、ミャンマー内務省に認定された、障害者自身が率いる障害者のためのNGOです。障害者の平等な権利、自立生活および平等な社会参加を目的として活動し、ヤンゴンに本部を置いています。「開発」「ソーシャルビジネス」「政治」という3つの切り口を活動の柱として据え、障害者支援事業を実施しています。ヤンゴン本部の常勤職員48名、全国10州・地域、28タウンシップにある地方支部28ヶ所、障害のあるメンバー4,752名で事業を展開しています。MILIは、障害者のために、インクルーシブな生計向上活動、雇用活動、教育活動、保健活動、災害リスク減活動、ソーシャルビジネス活動、参政活動、バリアフリー化活動、障害者および障害者団体の育成エンパワメントとキャパシティデベロプメント に継続して取り組んでいます。その他に、MILIは、障害者の人権のために、障害者に差別的な法律の改正、権利に基づくインクルーシブな立法を求めて国家レベルへの働きかけも行っています。MILIの リーダー達 は、障害者法の制定、国家教育法の改正および国家選挙管理委員会の選挙法改正に障害の視点と障害者の平等な参加を取り入れる活動に、国会議員、国家選挙委員会、関連省庁の責任者と連携を密にして取り組んで来ました。また、国内外NGOの方針および活動における障害の主流化(開発に障害の視点を反映し障害者の参加を保障する取り組み)に対しても共同で取り組んでいます。



Most people in Myanmar believe that disability is an individual health condition that can only be addressed by doctors and family members. The charity based model being to often the only alternative to Persons with Disability (PWDs). Living conditions and opportunities for PWDs were also weak and uneven long decades under the military government.  There were a few Disabled People Organizations across the country. Nevertheless, they mainly target one specific type of disability each and their movements were also more focused on charity model.

Being aware of this situation, three Myanmar nationals with disabilities (Nay Lin Soe, Aung Ko Myint, May Khant Chit Khin),  in together with Yu Ya Thu, Naw Beauty Bright and Nwaye Zar Chi Soe facilitated the establishment of Myanmar Independent Living Initiative (MILI), after completing their one-year DUSKIN Leadership Training in Japan (a program for persons with disabilities in Asia and the pacific Region). It was formed in Yangon on May 8th 2011 to initiate the independent living movement of persons with disabilities and promote the social and right-based model of disability with an emphasis on policy advocacy and awareness raising at all level.


To build an inclusive and right-based barrier free society where persons with disabilities can live independently with their full potential as other.


To achieve its goal MILI empower and support persons with disabilities for their independent living while advocating and promoting 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

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