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Myanmar, now known as the Union of Myanmar, is the largest country in Southeast Asia. Burma is an isolated country, both geographically and politically. Risk of malaria & vaccination information for Myanmar (formerly Burma). You can book your Myanmar (formerly Burma) vaccinations with the UK Travel Vaccination Service today. Burma and human rights.

Burma | World Prison Brief

Below is a recent development in the number of detainees on probation. This last line shows the latest available numbers. This is the number of detainees in the detention facility on a given date in a year (or mean yearly) and the proportion of the entire detention facility occupying the detention facility on that date.

In the last row you can see the prevalence and frequency of testing per 100,000 inhabitants of the country. The number of detainees varies from date to date, monthly to monthly and year to year. As a result, the above numbers give an idea of the trends, but the image is infeasible.

Preruning and frequency rates are determined on the whole country's people. Although all numerical data are necessarily estimations, the estimations used in the World Review Letter are derived from formal numerical data, United Nations or other recognized world agencies. In the following chart you can see the development of the women in prisons.

This last line shows the latest available numbers. This is the number of women detainees in the detention stock on a given date in the year (or annually average) and the proportion of women detainees in the entire detention stock on that date. In the last columns, the number of women detainees per 100,000 of the country's people.

While the number of women in detention varies, the above numbers give an idea of the trends, the situation is necessarily not complete. Prisoner quotas are computed on the base of the number of women inmates. Although all numerical data are necessarily estimations, the estimations used in the World Review Letter are derived from formal numerical data, United Nations or other recognized world agencies.

If the quota were based on the number of women in the country's populations, it would of course be about twice as high as in the last one.

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