Nang Pann Ei Kham is a medical doctor from Myanmar. She has experience and expertise in public health, harm reduction and drug policy reform work across South East Asia. After graduating from the University of Medicine in Yangon, she also received a Master of Public Health from the Mahidol University in Bangkok. As a Hubert Humphrey Fellow, she studied drugs and alcohol prevention and treatment at the Virginia Commonwealth University in the USA. She is now working as a coordinator of a national network called the Drug Policy Advocacy Group (DPAG), composed of like-minded activists advocating for health, development and rights focused drug policies and practices. In addition to the coordination and advocacy work, her strengths include working and empowering affected communities such as people who use drugs, people living with HIV, youths and opium farmers etc.