- USIP Creating an Inclusive Burmese Peace Process, May 2017
- WFP Myanmar Country Brief, March 2017
- Advisory Commission on Rakhine State: Interim Report and Recommendations (March 2017)
Appeals & Funding
- 2017 Humanitarian Needs Overview
- 2017 Humanitarian Response Plan
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2017: Myanmar
- Country-based Pooled Fund: 2016
- OCHA Myanmar
- UNHCR Operational Portal: Thailand-Myanmar Cross Border Portal
- UNFPA: Myanmar 2014 Population and Housing Census
- Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (IDMC)
- Advisory Commission on Rakhine State
- Department of Meteorology and Hydrology
- Food Security Cluster: Myanmar
- Human Rights Watch: Myanmar - Events of 2016
This Bulletin is for information only. The Federation is not seeking any funding or other assistance from donors for this operation at this time.
By Omar Valdimarsson in Bangkok
Concern is growing as the threat of major floods in the Mekong Delta increases. In south Vietnam, water levels are rising rapidly - between 5-10 cms a day and reaching emergency levels in some areas.
National authorities are in the process of evacuating thousands of people from the area, and have mobilised thousands of soldiers to help with the mitigation measures and relief preparations.
This Bulletin is for information only. The Federation is not seeking any funding or other assistance from donors for this situation at this time.
U.S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
BUREAU FOR DEMOCRACY, CONFLICT, AND HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE (DCHA)
OFFICE OF U.S. FOREIGN DISASTER ASSISTANCE (OFDA)
Note: This updates Fact Sheet #1 dated November 15, 2001
The following represent some of the many ways Church World Service is creating a rainbow of help and hope - a beautiful Rainbow of Caring - through the Tools of Hope & Blanket Program.
MINISTER FOR FOREIGN AFFAIRS
The Federation's mission is to improve
the lives of vulnerable people by mobilizing the power of humanity. It
is the world's largest humanitarian organization and its millions of volunteers
are active in 178 countries. For more information: www.ifrc.org
Appeal No. 01.35/2002;
Appeal target: CHF 893,557;
Aiming to improve international and local capacities
to address gender-based violence in refugee, internally displaced, and
post-conflict settings, this report provides a narrative account of some
of the major issues.
OCHA Field offices
This Programme Update is intended for reporting on Annual Appeals.
Period covered: April - June, 2001.
Appeal Target CHF 10,000,000
"At a Glance"
Related Appeals: N/A
Outstanding needs: CHF 4,771,050
The Global IDP Database of the Norwegian Refugee Council has now released an updated country profile on internal displacement in Burma. A summary is presented below. The Database and the Burma profile can be accessed at www.idpproject.org, or the complete profile can be sent to you by e-mail on request (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Burma (Myanmar): focus on humanitarian aid
Forcible displacement is a deliberate policy of Burma's military government. It has three main aims: to break up potential areas of opposition to the regime; to destroy the links between the insurgent movements of ethnic minori=ADties and their local sympathizers; and to make way for large-scale development projects.
Geneva, 27 July 1999
23 April 1999
Also Approves Chairman's Statements on East Timor and Cyprus; Resolutions on Debt Relief, "Unilateral Coercive Measures", Human Rights Cooperation The Commission on Human Rights wrapped up a daylong session of debate on resolutions the way it started -- with a lengthy deliberation about the situation in Kosovo.
Commission on Human Rights Also Hears Addresses from Dignitaries from Luxembourg, the Russian Federation and Burundi
The Commission on Human Rights this morning heard the Special Rapporteurs on the situation of human rights in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi and Myanmar, and the Special Representative on Rwanda introduce their reports on the latest developments in those countries.
The Karen, Mon and Karenni refugee camps along Thailand's border with Burma have traditionally been small, open settlements where the refugee communities have been able to maintain a village atmosphere, administering the camps and many aspects of assistance programmes themselves. Much of this, however, is changing.