“To contribute to lasting peace, security, stability and sustainable development in Myanmar”.
- Durable Solutions and Community Resilience
Displaced and conflict affected women and men have better access to information, services and resources supporting durable solutions and community resilience.
- Livelihoods and income
Displaced and conflict-affected women and men have improved access to appropriate value-adding livelihood pathways and land tenure security.
- Peacebuilding and social cohesion
Women and men are better equipped and have increased opportunities to engage in peace initiatives and build social cohesion
- Gender equity and prevention of GBV
Improved women’s empowerment for social, political and economic action and reduction in GBV
- Deepening Expertise
Civil society in Kachin and Northern Shan deepen their existing expertise on technical thematic areas, become more innovative and responsive, and further develop institutionally.
- Paralegal supports and referrals
- Supporting provision and IDP ownership of basic infrastructure
- Research, analysis and policy engagement relevant to the outcome area
- Provision of material and financial inputs to support business start-ups and/or strengthen existing livelihoods activities
- Mapping of and skills support for existing dispute resolution mechanisms within IDP camps and conflict-affected communities
- Community mass meetings, interfaith dialogues, exposure trips and other activities to encourage dialogue and interaction between communities, youth and ethnic/ religious/ political leaders
- Supporting trauma/distress healing, therapy and counseling individually, within social groups, within communities and between communities
- Ongoing skills development and mentoring for Track 2 peacebuilders
- Provision of timely and appropriate information on peace process to keep IDPs informed
Kachin and Northern Shan State (Myitkyina, Waimaw, Hpakant, Chiphwi, Bhamo, Moe mauk, Mansi, Shwegu, Moegaung, Moe Nyin,Puta- O, Kutkai )