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Helping Hands office, Kalay, Chin State, Myanmar (Burma)

Helping Hands Organization has experiences of training on enhancing capacity of community leaders’ democracy and human rights with the support of Paung Ku in 2012. In 2013, Helping Hands organization received People In Need (PIN)’s fund to provide Civic Education and Political awareness trainings and organize workshop and community level platform for 10 times. In resulting of strong participation and coordination of community leaders and strong networking, community based organizations (CSOs) as such Mwe Taung local development group and Nan Lui Kual local development organizations come out. Currently, Myay Taung Local development group are taking a leading role on land issues of Mwe Taung Red Copper project and Chin State and Sagaing Boundary problems. Then, Nan Lwe Kwel local development group are involving and coordinating with Helping Hands in the local development activities. In 2014, Helping Hands organized conference on democracy talk with the support of Dana Shae Saung Myanmar from Yangon, 88 generation (Kalay) and upper Chindwin youth network and the participants from different stakeholders included township and Regional level political leaders, government departments and civil society. HHO organized women conference and meeting for land issue/confiscation. From 2014 March to 2015, in partnership with FSWG, the project of multi-agriculture and livestock breeding was implemented by LIFT support. For Women Empowerment, HHO give Microfinance to the Home Shop owners and Women handmade, weaver. Women Weaving Group is begin in 2013, and Helping Hands Credit Union is form in 2014 then, there is about 300 members, 98% is women.

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Yangon, Yangon Region, Republic of the Union of Myanmar
+ 95 (0) 9 5087234, + 95 (0) 9 5044120+ 95 (0) 9 5087234, + 95 (0) 9 5044120

Youth-led civil society organization for youth mobilization and advocacy to initiate strong civil society and voice the Myanmar youth concerns in the international community.

Vision:

Educating and instilling young people in modern thoughts to work towards the welfare of the world by contributing peace, justice, harmony and loving kindness.

Mission:

Young people with sincerity, cooperation, cohesion and perseverance shall create a peaceful, harmonious and beautiful world.

Objectives:

The general objectives stated in the legal basis of the Myanmar Youth Network are to:

  • Promote tolerance and mutual understanding among young people.
  • Foster candid cooperation habit among young people.
  • Encourage young people to energetically participate in social works.
  • Train and develop young people in becoming effective leaders in our society.
  • Educate young people to keep abreast of the world.
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12/6 Taungzalatt, Tahan, Kalay Myo, Sagaing/ Chin State

To get Equal Right and Equal Opportunity in Myanmar.

PO BOX 296 - Lardprao Post Office, 10310 Bangkok, Thailand

ALTSEAN-Burma (Alternative ASEAN Network on Burma) is a network of organizations and individuals based in ASEAN member states working to support the movement for human rights and democracy in Burma. The network is comprised of human rights & social justice NGOs, political parties, think tanks, academics, journalists and student activists.

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West Delhi, Delhi, India

Chin Human Rights organization (CHRO) is a non-governmental non-profit organization legally registered in Canada with branch offices in India, Thailand and in the United States.

Formed in 1995 by a group of Chin activists who began monitoring human rights situation in Chin State and Western Burma along the borders with India and Bangladesh, the CHRO has grown from a small organization to a well-respected and professionally managed human rights organization. The organization aims to promote and protect the rights of Chin people by educating and empowering them through training/workshops and also through advocacy work. The population served includes Chin in Chin state, Burma, as well as Chin refugees living in such countries as India and Malaysia.

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Aizawl, Mizoram, India

Chin Human Rights organization (CHRO) is a non-governmental non-profit organization legally registered in Canada with branch offices in India, Thailand and in the United States.

Formed in 1995 by a group of Chin activists who began monitoring human rights situation in the Chin State and in Western Burma along the borders with India and Bangladesh, the CHRO has grown from a small organization to a well-respected and professionally managed human rights organization. The organization aims to promote and protect the rights of Chin people by educating and empowering them through training/workshops and also through advocacy work. The population served includes Chin in the Chin state, Burma, as well as Chin refugees living in India and Malaysia.

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Ward No. 2, Moreh, Chandel District, Manipur, India

Mission: to work for women empowerment, to work for increased participation of women in politics & peace reconciliation process in Burma

  • reproductive training,
  • peace training & awareness program,
  • women against violence program (discussion)
  • political awareness & discussion,
  • field work (inside Burma)
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Burma Border Projects (BBP) is a non-profit organization dedicated to the mental health and psychosocial well-being of the displaced people from Burma. Our programs address the psychosocial consequences of the trauma associated with human rights abuses and dislocation of Burmese refugees.

We are the only organization on the Thai-Burma border whose primary mission is to provide mental health resources, training, and support to strengthen the skills of local community-based organizations and individuals. Since 2008, BBP has also supported the efforts of community based organizations to improve the reproductive health of adolescents and adults on both sides of the Thai-Burma border. We work in culturally-appropriate and collaborative ways in order to empower communities.

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Dělnická 54, Prague, Czech Republic

The mission of BCP is to contribute to the democratization of Burma and the respect for human rights. It seeks to improve the lives of people in Burma and Burmese in exile

  • by analyzing the situation in Burma and by informing and involving the European public;
  • by serving as a bridge between Europe and Burma;
  • by providing needed services for Burmese, in particular capacity building and facilitating the integration of refugees; and
  • by supporting the empowerment and active participation of Burmese for the transition of Burma

Our activities emphasize the importance of human rights and the necessity to provide the population with basic tools enabling it to survive and to receive fundamental goods, such as education, health care and legal security. Also it is assumed that genuine democracy and the respect for human rights are preconditions for development and equal distribution of wealth in Burma. We act in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of the United Nations and the UN Millennium Development Goals.

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