Oxfam in Myanmar

Oxfam in Myanmar is working with local organisations to reduce poverty, inequality and meet the humanitarian needs of over 450,000 people across Myanmar, in Kachin, Shan, Rakhine, Ayeyarwaddy, Mon, Kayin, Kayah, and Yangon.
Fisher folk in the river with small fishing gear on his boat during sun set. This is the area where Oxfam works to support small scale fisher folks to aware their rights and claim for it. Photo by: Kaung Htet/Oxfam
Oxfam in Myanmar has set 5 approaches to bring about the change we want to see in Myanmar. These approaches cut across Oxfam in Myanmar's thematic programmes of work. Influencing To achieve genuine change at scale, Oxfam and partners will use influencing to challenge unequal power relations,...
Young woman from Myanmar's central dryzone holding long beans. Photo by: Hein Latt Aung/ Oxfam
Oxfam’s collective vision is a just world without poverty : We believe that people should be able to influence decisions that affect their lives, enjoy their rights, and assume their responsibilities as full citizens in a world in which all human beings are treated and valued equally. We focus on...
Three young women Farmers in Myanmar's central dryzone in the farms during plantation season. Photo by: Hein Latt Aung/ Oxfam
Myanmar is the second biggest country in South East Asia, with a population of 54 million people. The country is currently undergoing significant political and economic reform processes, following 50 years of military rule. While this transition has brought big changes to all aspects of life in...
A group of people looking at distribution list on the transparency board in IDPs camp, Kachin state. Photo by: Oxfam
Our commitment to accountability We are committed to being open about our work so that we can be accountable to the communities we work with, our partner organisations and to our donors and supporters. To that end we are pleased to invite you to find out more about how we work, who we work with and...
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