Myanmar NGO Directory

 
Rating
Featured/Unfeatured
Claimed/Unclaimed
helping-hands-logo.jpg
12/6 Taungzalatt, Tahan, Kalay Myo, Sagaing/ Chin State

To get Equal Right and Equal Opportunity in Myanmar.

Wathann logo
15(3B), Obo street (Near Yay kyaw, Shwe Pone Pwint Pagoda) Pazundaung Twonship, Yangon, Myanmar

Organizer of the Wathann Film Festival – the very first film festival in Myanmar.

MIDO logo small
MIDO logo small
MIDO logo
No. 20, 2nd Floor, Htee Tan 1st Street, Kyee Myin Dine, Yangon, Burma
  • Conducting ICT trainings to people across all regions in Myanmar.
  • Organizing seminars and workshops on contemporary ICT technologies
  • Protecting individual rights of users and sharing ICT knowledge on digital security and privacy.
  • Research and development of laws and policy which safeguard individual users, businesses and entreprenuers. Publishing reports, and collaborating with respective groups and organizations.
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.

Vikas Puri, New Delhi, Delhi, India

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.

West Delhi, Delhi, India

The Burmese Charity Fund was founded by three Burmese members in 2005. The general purpose of the organization is to help Burmese refugees in Delhi to meet their basic livelihood needs and get access to health care through small cash support. The fund also provides financial assistance to students in need.

CHRO logo
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.

Yangon, Yangon Region, Myanmar

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.

Aizawl, Mizoram, India

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.

Sitapuri, New Delhi

The Matu Herald News Group was established in October 2008. The group seeks to inform all Burmese living outside the country (specifically those from the Matu community living in India) about the political situation inside Burma. The group members also see publishing the journal as a means of non-violent political movement to improve the government of Burma.

New Delhi, India

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.

Mizoram, India

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.

Vikas Puri, West Delhi

Zomi Community Delhi is a social organization started in 2002 by people from the Zomi ethnic group originating in the Chin State of Burma. The main purpose of the organization is to help fellow Zomi, build unity among the community, integrate with local people, solve problems with others, translate/interpret in different languages, lead/guide newcomers to achieve their goals and promote education.

crocodile-shaped instrument of Mon people
Moulmein, Burma

The Heritage of Mon Culture Group was established in 2003 with its aim to perpetuate and conserve the Mon traditional and cultural heritage throughout the world. Since the establishment, the organization has strived to introduce the Mon culture to the public. The Heritage of Mon Culture Group has produced 30 items of Mon traditional songs and dances with voluntary contributions from its members and supporters. The organization has opened training session of the Mon traditional dance and music in the USA and in Thailand for anyone who is interested.

Moulmein, Mon, Burma

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.

CHRO logo
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.

Aizawl, Mizoram

Mizo Welfare Organization (MWO) was founded in October, 2007 to support the welfare of the Burmese people, promote and protect their culture, improve awareness of human rights and democracy, and unify people living in the Kabaw Valley in Burma as well as community members living in Mizoram. MWO seeks to instill democratic values in Burmese refugees through capacity building and thus to promote democratic transition in Burma. The organization aims to further support women and youth in particular, and to help develop the community as a whole.

New Delhi, Delhi, India

The Chin Student Union was formed in 1946, by a few Chin students at the Rangoon University, to participate in the movement to achieve independence from the British Empire. After the student uprising in Burma on August 8, 1988, leaders were exiled to India and the organization was reformed in 1995. The Chin Student Union’s aims and objectives include helping with the educational and social problems of the Chin people; preserving and promoting the Chin literature, culture, and tradition; and advocating for equality and self-determination in the Union of Burma together with other ethnic organizations.

The CSU helps Burmese students and youth to get admission to Indian schools, colleges, and universities. It has organized workshops, trainings, and other activities for Burmese refugees in Delhi. CSC has also collaborated with Tibetan Student Union and Indian Student Union to help Burmese people get access to education in India. The organization serves Burmese refugees all over India and networks with student groups inside as well as outside of Burma.

West Delhi, Delhi, India

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.

West Delhi, Delhi, India

The aims and activities of the organization are promoting the education and rights of women and children.

Showing 21 - 40 of 51 results