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The goal is to reduce the risks of sexual and reproductive health (SRH), sexually transmitted infections (STI) and HIV transmission and to improve the sexual health of female sex workers in Myanmar.

AMA worked with hard to reach populations targeting massage parlors, hotels, brothels, nightclubs, karaoke bars and street-based Female Sex Workers.

Although 42 cities across the country have access to the Internet, the number of users outside Yangon and Mandalay is just over 10,000.

In 2012, most of the country's 40,000 Internet connections were ADSL circuits, followed by dial-up, satellite terminal, and Wi Max.

After decades in the dark, Myanmar took one step closer to joining the digital age on Thursday after global Qatari telecommunications provider Ooredoo and Norway-based Telenor obtained licenses from the government, enabling them to develop the country's first nationwide mobile network.

The two firms have an ambitious agenda to make mobile phones accessible to 90 percent of the country's population of 60 million people within just five years.

The Burmese government has promised to significantly reduce the cost of mobile phones and has set an ambitious goal of 50 percent mobile penetration by 2016, a remarkable increase from current penetration estimated at 5-10 percent.

Human Rights Watch has long believed that Internet and mobile technologies have an enormous potential to advance human rights­­.

According to World Internet Stats statistics as of June 2012, the country had over 534,930 Internet users (1.0% of the population) with the vast majority of the users hailing from the two largest cities, Yangon and Mandalay.The Internet in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma) has been available since 2000 when the first Internet connections were established.Beginning in September 2011, the historically pervasive levels of Internet censorship in Burma were significantly reduced.Through its extensive network, community based organisations (CBOs) and Self Help Groups; AMA has reached over 1,000 female sex workers with HIV prevention interventions and distributed over 62,000 condoms to most at risk populations in the communities.Note: Cumulative data from June to December 2014 * 2014 condom distribution based on2013 distribution of approximately 70,000 male condoms and 4000 female condoms.

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