Ye Win

TechCamp trainer Ye Win.


Co-Founder, ISchool-Myanmar

Ye Win is an ICT trainer and Education reformer. In 2004, he graduated the Electronic Engineering and founded a private engineering school. During 2007, he participated in Saffron Revolution. Therefore, he was arrested by the military government and he stayed as a political prisoner in prisons for 2 years. In 2010, after releasing from prison, he co-founded “Myanmar Youth Network (MYN)” with the youths to do youth activities and development. He served as a general secretary at MYN for a year.

In 2012, he participated in “National Network for Education Reform (NNER)” with the educators who interest in education reform, to organize all states and divisions to draft a ruling policy for Education Reform, and to advocate for “New National Education Act”. As He is also a disabled person, he is advocating for “Law for Right of Person with Disability (PWD)” by cooperating with the disable organizations, the reason for PWDs are discriminated from mainstream group and lost their Human Rights in Myanmar. He also co-founded ISchool-Myanmar in 2012. The mission is to enforce for “Transparency and Accountability” in Myanmar democratization. Therefore, he serves as a program manager and conducting “Civic Education” trainings and “Information & Communication Technology (ICT) and Citizen Journalism” trainings for social and political activists.