The United States will give scholarships to more than a thousand Burmese youth The United States will give scholarships to more than a thousand Burmese youth

The United States will give scholarships to more than a thousand Burmese youth

The United States will give scholarships to more than a thousand Burmese youth

Myanmar students, More than a thousand students will be given scholarships, Yangon said. The US Embassy issued a press release on February 29.

The scholarship program, which is a five-year project, will give students the opportunity to teach online courses at the University of Arizona in the United States, in addition to degrees offered by higher universities in Thailand and the region.

On February 29, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)'s diversity and inclusion scholarship program was held in Thailand. It was also introduced in Bangkok.

The head of the American Embassy in Myanmar, Susan Stevenson, said that young people in Myanmar are facing a situation where they have no future, and we are working to protect that situation.

"45 percent of the country's population is young people under the age of 25, and Myanmar is facing a (futureless) situation where this generation of young people will be lost. Because Myanmar is facing such a worrying situation, this scholarship program is one of the efforts of the United States to protect this situation."

This scholarship will give priority to young people. He said that the program aims to empower the young generation with higher education.

After the Military Council enacted the Militia Conscription Law, militia conscription groups were formed step by step, and since February, young people who do not want to be forced into military service have been trying to leave abroad.

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