Die Stiftunglife ist eine 1989 gegründete deutsche gemeinnützige Stiftung, die am besten für ihre Unterstützung der Tafeln zur Ausgabe von Lebensmitteln an Bedürftige bekannt ist. Sie verfolgt jedoch den Grundsatz, dass ihre Mittel je zur Hälfte in Deutschland für die Tafeln und benachbarte Tätigkeiten und zur anderen Hälfte im Ausland eingesetzt werden. Der Schwerpunkt in Myanmar liegt in der Förderung Studenten, denen ein Studium ermöglicht wird, im Bau von Schulen und im Betrieb der Swimming Doctors, die die medizinische Versorgung im Delta verbessern. Die Wasserqualität an den inzwischen über 50 Schulen wird durch PAUL, einem Wasserfilter, verbessert. In Dörfern ohne Elektrizität werden die Kerosinlampen durch sauberes Solarlicht ersetzt und in Bagan wird gerade eine Plastikrecyclingfabrik gebaut.
This network is founded by youth people who live in Myanmar (Burma). We are supporting orphans and poor child from our country. We will also do others motivation activities for orphans. You are welcome to join our group and help the children.
Supporting the vulnerable children, including orphans for building the sustainable development of the country.
To help and support the orphans in terms of education, health care, nutrition and other social welfare.
The Women’s Rights and Welfare Association of Burma (WRWAB) was founded in February 1995 by a group of Burmese women in Delhi. The organization has set up training workshops on women’s rights and health care and encouraged women’s participation in decision making and political mobilization.
The WRWAB established a healthcare centre for Burmese migrants in Delhi to provide primary health care and medicines free of cost, as well as to practice minor operations and deliver babies. A certified, experienced nurse from Burma provides treatment. The centre also organizes workshops on health education.
The HIV/AIDS Prevention and Care Centre was founded in 2002 to provide guidance and training about HIV/AIDS. The aim of the organization is to eliminate HIV/AIDS from Burma. Current activities include operation of a community centre to provide basic shelter and medical treatment to HIV/AIDS patients as well as activities to assist with reintegration of HIV/AIDS patients to the society. The organization is fully dependent on individual donations.
The Burmese Social Welfare Association was established in May 2005 by Burmese migrant workers in Mizoram state of India. BSWA is comprised of 17 committee members and 3 advisors and among the committee members 3 seats are for female activists. BSWA seeks to provide medical, educational and funeral services for the Burmese migrant workers in Mizoram state, one of the regions highly populated with Burmese migrant workers.
Burmese Women Delhi was founded in 2006 by 25 women from different communities in Delhi. The organization’s objectives are 1) to reduce violence against women, 2) empower Burmese refugee women in Delhi and 3) link with Indian NGOs and women groups. Main activities include training, a monthly women’s exchange, efforts to bring an end to violence against women, and networking with other organizations.
Social Health and Education Development (SHED) was formed in June 2010 for village health education and to provide limited primary health care to the medically under-served population of Indo-Burma border area. Since 2012, SHED has been concentrating on reaching out to the Burmese refugees in the region to provide health education. The organization aims to raise awareness in health-related issues and also to train medical personnel to be able to provide logistical support for emergency patients such as first-aid services or referring them to bigger medical facilities.
Founded in 2013 by a group of medical experts to promote activities related to public health education, HEART aims to raise awareness and prevent public health problems such as HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis. The publications of HEART mainly put its emphasis on preventive care and healthy living.
Chin Refugee Committee Delhi was established in January 1996 by the Chin people who had fled from persecution in Burma. Since then, CRC has worked to address the problems Chin refugees and asylum seekers face in India.
CRC is a community based organization run by 22 members, each representing the different Chin communities of Delhi. The organization aims to look into the affairs of the Chin community and provide relief and assistance in regards to health, education and development of the Chin refugees in Delhi.
CRC also endeavors to bring international attention to the situation of the Chin refugees as well as advocating with the UNHCR for legal and financial assistance for refugees.
Poverty reduction by offering an enabling environment to all stakeholders through improved governance and environmentally feasible for the right-livelihood interventions and Partnership building at all levels will supplement and ensure the goal of sustainable development which is socially, environmentally, politically and legally feasible missions of emergency and development conditions.
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)
To serve the poor and the needy by motivating and empowering them towards quality and dignity of life based on the social teachings of the Church.
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.