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Charm Tong was born on 1981 in Shan, Myanmar (Burma), is a Teacher. At 39 years old, Charm Tong height not available right now. We will update Charm Tong's height soon as possible.

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Charm Tong Age 41 years old
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Birthplace Shan, Myanmar (Burma)
Nationality Burmese

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She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Charm Tong worth at the age of 41 years old? Charm Tong’s income source is mostly from being a successful Teacher. She is from Burmese. We have estimated Charm Tong's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

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On 31 October 2005, Charm Tong visited the White House to discuss the Burmese political situation with US president George W. Bush, National Security Advisor Stephen J. Hadley and other senior US officials. "I am very happy ... to break the silence of what is happening to the people of Burma", she told reporters afterward. Congressman Tom Lantos, co-founder of the Congressional Human Rights Caucus, predicted that Charm Tong's 50 minutes with Bush "would reverberate around the world". The Irrawaddy wrote in December of that year that lobbyists were attributing Bush's subsequent "outspokenness on Burma" to "the Charm Tong Effect".


For her work in investigating and publicizing abuses against Shan women by the Burmese military, Charm Tong received the Marie Claire Women of the World Award in 2004 and The Reebok Human Rights Award in 2005. She also received the 2007 Student Peace Prize, which was awarded to her at the International Student Festival in Trondheim. In 2008, she was given a Vital Voices Global Leadership Award in the area of human rights, which she shared with Khin Ohmar of the Women's League of Burma. The award was presented by US First Lady Laura Bush. Charm Tong received some international awards including Marie Claire Women of the Year and the Reebok Human Rights Award.


In 2002, SWAN published its report License to Rape: The Burmese military regime's use of sexual violence in the ongoing war in Shan State, which attempted to document "173 incidents of rape and other forms of sexual violence, involving 625 girls and women, committed by Burmese army troops in Shan State." The report describes "systematic and widespread incidence of rape" and includes 28 detailed interviews with rape survivors. Its publication attracted global attention to the issue of sexual violence in Burma's internal conflicts. The Burmese military government, the State Peace and Development Council, denied the report's findings, stating that insurgents are responsible for violence in the region.


Charm Tong (born in 1981, Shan State, Burma) is a Shan teacher and human rights activist. She is head of the School for Shan State Nationalities Youth in Northern Thailand. Charm Tong is also one of the founders of Shan Women's Action Network (SWAN), which published the 2002 report License to Rape. For many years Charm helped refugees find school in Thailand.