I am a public health professional working in malaria elimination which is still public health problem in Myanmar. After graduating from University of Medicine 2 in Yangon, I started my first work in clinical malaria research then, joined therapeutic studies of anti-malaria as a research officer with department of medical research in different places of the country which made me interesting the public health and opened my eye to see the route causes to address the issues and find the solutions. I graduated Master of Public Health from James P.Grant School of Public Health, BRAC University from Dhaka, Bangladesh in 2016. Currently, I’m working as a senior program associate in malaria program in Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI). I am active, energetic and keen on exploring new places and new things. I strongly support that health and education are basic human rights for all.