How faith can help forge Myanmar’s future

WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM: Despite Myanmar’s most recent conflicts being attributed to religious differences, the country’s deep spiritual roots may be instrumental in its current economic, political and social transformation. With over 100 different nationalities, 90% of its people follow Buddhism, 4% are Christian and 4% are Muslim, with others practicing forms of Animism and Shamanism.

Read the full article on The World Economic Forum blog.

Contributed by Teresa Kay-Aba Kennedy, Ph.D., MBA.

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