Social media plays a significant role in disseminating information and raising awareness of the SRH related concerns among individuals, particularly the youth population in Myanmar, where access to reliable SRH information is frequently restricted. On the other hand, spreading misinformation regarding sexual health on social media can be damaging and mislead users, resulting in hazardous or wrong behavior. It is critical that young people in Myanmar are given proper information on SRH to address the issues that they face barriers to get reliable SRH information.
Campaigns for education and social media literacy initiatives could accomplish these issues. Consequently, the purpose of this learning brief is to investigate how social media affects young people in Myanmar who have access to reliable SRH information. This brief will examine how young people interact with personalized and tailored SRH social media contents and measure the social media reach of SRH, CCP and GBV information connecting to women of reproductive age and young people in Myanmar.