Projects

Projects

Projects

We work to envision and empower remote communities to become thriving and self-developed.  Our work is centred around the three key areas of health, education and food security.

Health
The health programme consists of five projects, with the main focus of the work being the training and support of Community Health Workers (CHWs) and Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs). A community-based clinic is also run and a Community Health Financing Initiative is currently being piloted.
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Education
The education programme consists of two projects. The Freedom to Education Project (FEP) aims to identify and support talented young men and women who carry a vision for the long term benefit of their people and provide them with the opportunity to pursue higher education. The Education for All project aims to support secondary school students pass their year 10 exams, expanding their opportunities in the future.
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Food Security
Over the last 8 years Health and Hope Myanmar (HHM) have worked to bring food aid into remote communities affected by famine and flooding. They are currently working with the organisation, Mission East, to support the development of resilience among small rural farm-holders through crop diversification.
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One-Off Projects
A number of one-off projects are delivered to support core objectives, either directly or in partnership. These currently include re-building Health and Hope Myanmar's training centre in Lailenpi that was destroyed in a cyclone in 2017 and supporting the construction of an Airstrip in Lailenpi town alongside Mission Aviation Fellowship.
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