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Today where we talk about the serious need for reforms in education in Myanmar, few are bringing the infrastructure and the access needed to bring in these reforms. Our firebrand Managing Director Mr.Ravindra jain, and his better half Mrs.Rolly Jain is making an initiative to bridge this particular gap so that the growing population of Myanmar can have access to a world-class education.

Mr.Jain, with the help of his new venture 4RConsultancy, is focusing on education while his wife, Mrs.Rolly Jain, stands next to him, bringing smiles in all ways running an active NGO called “Bring Back Smile.”Civil society  in Myanmar is diverse and hence hard to define.Mrs.Rolly jain explained this as things apart from the military. In the context of Myanmar, it means ordinary people trying to improve things for their community. Her organization supported the recovery phase and pushed the boundaries of humanitarian space in Myanmar further than before, with productive dialogue with the ministry of social welfare and some increased support and funds from the international community. Her organization and her contribution to Myanmar have proved a boon to society in all kinds of calamities.

Our  Managing Director, with the help of his new venture 4R Education, is focussing on education programming, keeping in mind access, equity, inclusion, quality and innovation, within a lifelong learning approach to bring education to people of Myanmar were decades of conflict and underinvestment in education had inhibited opportunities. Education is an important instrument to fight poverty, create jobs, improve health and nutrition and promote gender equality and peace. Apart from education,4R Consultancy aims to expand worldwide in medical tourism to cater to the needs of health care in Myanmar. With his continuous hard work and support of the people, he hopes to meet his goal at the earliest “Bringing Back Smiles” everywhere he travels on his Journey of associations.