Myanmar Blogs

Stories from Myanmar

In Myanmar we support communities through water and sanitation projects. In addition, Habitat for Humanity has worked with vulnerable communities to help rebuild following natural disasters. As one of the poorest countries in Asia, 1 in 4 people live below the national poverty line.


Since 2014 we have worked in... + 11 villages / + 965 families' health has been improved through water facilities / Projects: water and sanitation, disaster response

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Together with our partner World Concern, we built and repaired more than 1,700 core houses in the worst-hit Ayeyarwady delta as part of a large disaster recovery programme. In January 2014, we began projects in water and sanitation with disaster risk reduction in collaboration with World Concern. In September 2014, we received government registration allowing us to directly implement programmes in Myanmar, without the need for another partner.

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