With ongoing persecution of the Rohingya, increasing human rights violations in Shan and Karen State, and the pandemic generating economic hardship in Kachin State, the food, access to health care, education, and training you helped provide were a lifeline for thousands of people.
...kilograms of food were provided to communities struggling with food shortages.
“Now we are running in the jungle. It is not like home - we don’t have enough sleeping places and the food that we eat is not clean enough.”~ Naw Paw Hser Ray Wah, Karen State
...people received some form of COVID-19 assistance such as food, soap, sanitizer and masks.
“We not only provided awareness about social distancing but also distributed surgical masks and surgical gloves to the prevention committees in the local areas.”~ a local partner in Shan State
...people have benefited from a range of education initiatives.
“I came here to study because I want to be a useful person for my family. I want to be a good teacher because I would like to help my family and my people as much as I can.”~ Saw Htoo Htoo, 12
Meet Maung Zaw Naing.
Every day you are the reason we are able to help thousands of Rohingya who have had their lives torn apart by the Myanmar Army’s policies of persecution. Muang Zaw Naing is one of them.
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