The Australian government is reducing aid at a crucial time. Support Palestinian resilience, and help organisations maintain essential projects.
Building the capacities of farmer and worker organisations to respond to the pandemic and floods.
Donate today to help APHEDA’s partner organisations in Myanmar and on the Thai-Myanmar border stay strong as they resist military oppression and build political power during the crisis.
In February 2021, the Myanmar military staged a coup in Myanmar. Although the coup may see an increase in sexual violence, this is nothing new for women in Myanmar.
A group of women in Australia, Women Activists Myanmar (WAM), have launched the campaign "Free Women Political Prisoners in Myanmar" on Aung San Suu Kyi’s Birthday (19 June 2021).
Nearly two months after the devastating Easter Sunday floods, Timor Leste is rebuilding while trying to control the spread of COVID-19.
On Friday 7 May 2021, two hundred APHEDA supporters came together in Melbourne for the Painters and Dockers Solidarity Concert for Timor Leste.
On 21 May 2021, APHEDA joined young people across Australia to demand real and immediate action to avoid catastrophic global heating.
As people in Myanmar continue to deal with the fallout of the military coup, the situation on the Thai-Myanmar border continues to deteriorate.

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