We work to meet humanitarian needs and build community resilience in Myanmar.

Myanmar is in a state of protracted, complex and evolving humanitarian crisis; it calls for a different response that is responsive to humanitarian needs, and led by national actors.

The Humanitarian Assistance and Resilience Programme Facility completed its work in June, 2022. Our knowledge resources are available on this website. You can also access our training course for Myanmar humanitarian organisations on  https://humanitariantraining.zabai.org

Please note that this website is not updated anymore. 

The issue

Even before the military coup, humanitarian need in Myanmar had steadily increased, driven by multiple conflict dynamics and displacement, natural disasters, and the COVID-19 pandemic. The coup is impacting the ability to deliver humanitarian assistance. This means that populations that were already extremely vulnerable and relying on humanitarian aid – internally displaced people (IDPs) in camps, people newly displaced by conflict, Rohingya, returnees and their host communities – are now facing increased difficulty in accessing food, health services, and water and sanitation services. The current crisis in Myanmar is also likely to create new humanitarian needs.

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1m+ people in need of humanitarian assistance

470,000 stateless Rohingya

330,000 displaced by conflict or natural disasters

Build a network with strong local roots

Foster resilience by empowering local actors

Respond to changing needs

Share knowledge on working in protracted crisis

Our impact

2.1m conflict-affected people reached

63% of the Internally displaced people in Rakhine, Kachin and northern Shan reached

£75.8m committed through 76 grants providing predictable, multi-year financing

8 sectors WASH, Food, Health, Livelihoods, Nutrition, Protection, Shelter, COVID-19

606,000 people reached with COVID-19 prevention measures

55 partners including 36 national & local partners

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