Myanmar villagers have fled their homes due to increasing conflict
AND THE NUMBER IS RISING
May 2021 UNDP estimates
people, or nearly half the population of Myanmar, could be living below the poverty line
BY EARLY 2022
Our Response with Redemptive Compassion is needed immediately!
Emergency Food & Supplies
for 3,000+ Displaced People on Thai/Myanmar Border
Health & Wellness LIFEHUB, Thai/Myanmar Border
An estimated 30,000 villagers have fled to the Thai/Myanmar border to seek refuge from increasing conflict. Without help, many drink the polluted river water and disease and diarrhea add to their struggles to survive.
Nation to Nation is joining the urgent response by providing emergency life essentials, such as
tarps for shelter
portable clean water systems
homemade chili paste, protein barsand soap
non-perishable food (e.g., canned sardines)
sanitary and hygiene products
for over 3,000 of those displaced people.
Locally-sourced Food Relief
for Many Facing Undeserved Suffering
Food Security & Training LIFEHUB, northern Myanmar
The Myanmar people are suffering in horrible ways as the crisis continues to escalate. Inflation is up 35% in a month, banks are closed, there is violence and conflict on the streets, and the internet and cell phone data is inaccessible. The poor are crying out for food and water as many find their access cut off and some can't even return to the IDP (internally displaced people) camps because of blocked roads.
We will provide urgent food aid for vulnerable communities that is sourced and transported in-country, keeping agri-farmers afloat during this crisis season. Delivery and distribution of sardines, beans, rice, flour, eggs, and oil is our response to the recent report that by the end of April, 2021, 3.5 million citizens will be without access to basic food.
You Can Help Bring Hope Today
NATION TO NATION LIFEHUB STORIES
Please Help! Urgent Need for Rice for 60 Burmese Families
Please help! Urgent need for rice for 60 Burmese families (400 villagers) in Myanmar villages deep inland who are at risk of running out of rice, their key livelihood staple. Their supply access will be cut off soon when the rainy season begins mid-June and rural roads flood.
With your help, we can send 300 bags and keep 60 families from the risk of starvation for $35/45kg bag.