In the context of COVID 19 and increasing pressure on resources along the border, MTC’s role in providing quality care has been critical.
The situation facing refugees living in camps in Lebanon has always been a challenge. However, in the past 12 months PWHO has had to contend with COVID-19, the impact of the Beirut blast, and the deep Lebanese financial and political crisis since August 2019.
Union Aid Abroad – APHEDA is working with the Mae Tao Clinic to improve access and quality of health services for the large population displaced by war and poverty living on either side of the Thai-Burma border.
Through the Social Justice Education Program (SJEP) and the Community Leadership Development Training (CLDT) the School for Shan State Nationalities Youth (SSSNY) is training tomorrow’s civil society leaders, today.
World Refugee Day 2020: A new report by Karen PeaceSupport Network (KPSN) draws attention to how the Burma Army has intentionally disrupted efforts to protect Karen refugees and communities against COVID19.