Tragically, 2021 saw many of the advances made in Myanmar over the past 6 years ripped apart due to a military coup and a raging pandemic. Ongoing persecution of the Rohingya and increasing human rights violations in ethnic states led to the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people. As a result, the food, access to health care, education, and training you helped provide became a lifeline for many.
...kilograms of rice were provided to communities struggling with food shortages.
“The COVID-19 situation was serious in the IDP camp. We did not have the money to buy nutritious food. We were very grateful that we received kind support. It is unforgettable.”~ Labang Lu San (35), Kachin State
...people received some form of health care assistance or training.
“The staff at the clinic near my house usually come to help us when we are ill. If they could not help me, I would need to travel further to get medicine, which would be difficult because of the fighting.”~ Saw Lah Min (10), Karen State
...children have benefited from a range of education initiatives.
“Our children have received many things from this project, and we as parents are so glad that Partners supports our children.”~ Naw Pu Lah Gay (23), Karen State
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