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Families have lived through seven years of conflict. They need medical care, shelter and food to keep going.

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Everyone deserves to know the fate of their loved ones. 
Your generosity helps reunite families torn apart by war, conflict or disaster.

How are donation funds from the Myanmar Crisis Appeal used?

  • Field hospitals and mobile health clinics that have treated more than 51,000 people

  • More than 1.6 million litres of drinking water and 103,000 food parcels distributed

  • Tarpaulins and ropes for 48,500 families, sleeping mats for 30,000 families

  • Emotional and social support for 43,800 people who have survived trauma

  • Hygiene and dignity kits for over 59,000 families

  • Skilled aid workers to help coordinate a relief operation that has reached more than 254,000 people with emergency aid.

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