Myanmar

  • The IRC provides improved access to water and sanitation.

    The IRC provides improved access to water and sanitation.
  • The IRC restores livelihoods and promotes sustainable solutions.

    The IRC restores livelihoods and promotes sustainable solutions.
  • The IRC started working in Myanmar (also known as Burma) in May 2008 in the wake of Cyclone Nargis.

    The IRC started working in Myanmar (also known as Burma) in May 2008 in the wake of Cyclone Nargis.
  • Our recovery efforts expanded following Cyclone Giri in 2010.

    Our recovery efforts expanded following Cyclone Giri in 2010.
  • The IRC works with communities to improve reproductive health.

    The IRC works with communities to improve reproductive health.
  • The IRC now works in Irawaddy Division, Chin State, Shan State and Rakhine State.

    The IRC now works in Irawaddy Division, Chin State, Shan State and Rakhine State.

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Overview

The International Rescue Committee started working in Myanmar (also known as Burma) in May 2008 in the wake of Cyclone Nargis. Initially focussing on the hard-hit Irawaddy Delta region, our recovery efforts  expanded following Cyclone Giri in 2010. 

The IRC now works in Irawaddy Division, Chin State, Shan State and Rakhine State, focusing on water and sanitation, livelihoods and social development.

How we help
  • The IRC works with communities to improve reproductive health and access to water and sanitation.
  • The IRC restores livelihoods and promotes sustainable solutions.

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