Aid for Myanmar cyclone victims

 
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  • Aid for Myanmar cyclone victims has received 11 donations
    • 4 years ago
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  • Aid for Myanmar cyclone victims posted a progress report
    New name, still great work
    By - Bill Brower - GlobalGiving Field Program Officer
    Bill Brower is a Field Program Officer with GlobalGiving who is visiting our projects throughout Southeast Asia. On February 23 he visited the headquarters of Proximity Design, the successor organization to IDE-Myanmar, in their Yangon office. “We have better customer satisfaction than Apple with the iPod.” Jim and...
    • 4 years ago
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    • Dennis
      Dennis Great report! Jim and Debbie Taylor are among the best in the field, and it is especially impressive that they are able to deliver such high quality services in such tough circumstances. Kudos to them and their colleagues at Proximity Design!
      • 4 years ago
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  • Aid for Myanmar cyclone victims has received 37 donations
    • 5 years ago
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  • Aid for Myanmar cyclone victims has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.
    • 5 years ago
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  • Aid for Myanmar cyclone victims has been approved to be on GlobalGiving!
    • 6 years ago
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  • Aid for Myanmar cyclone victims posted a progress report
    Recent update from Myanmar
    By - IDE - Myanmar
    Here is a recent update from project leaders Jim and Debbie Taylor. You also might be interested in reading the following brief write-up about IDE Myanmar that appeared in the Stanford Social Innovation Review: http://www.ssireview.org/opinion/entry/a_new_way_to_respond_to_natural_disasters/ We are now focusing our...
    • 6 years ago
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  • Aid for Myanmar cyclone victims posted a progress report
    IDE Myanmar Cyclone Relief update #2
    By - Aaron Langton - Mgr. of Communications, IDE USA
    IDE’s first response to cyclone Nargis survivors is to provide clean water supplies for large groups of homeless men, women and children now gathered in temporary encampments, monasteries, and schools in the worst affected areas of the Irrawaddy Delta. Lakes and ponds are the most common drinking water sources in these...
    • 6 years ago
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    • satenik
      satenik This is the most valuable feedback on my contribution. I feel that my money which I worked very hard for went for a very good cause. Reading about the project implementation through these reports is personally enriching.
      • 6 years ago
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  • Aid for Myanmar cyclone victims posted a progress report
    Update from Myanmar
    By - Aaron Langton - Communications Mgr., IDE USA
    The following is a message from IDE Myanmar's director, Jim Taylor: Almost two weeks after the cyclone tore through the Delta, thousands of families are now lined up along the high ground of rural roads with nothing to eat and virtually no shelter. Hundreds and hundreds of devastated but accessible villages have still...
    • 6 years ago
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    • ifizzell
      ifizzell It's so hard to know what's relly going on in Myanmar so to hear that some of the aid is actually getting through is reassuring.
      • 6 years ago
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    • Joan Ochi
      Joan Ochi Thanks for the detailed report. This is very informative, and I'm pleased that donations are already being put to work.
      • 6 years ago
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  • Aid for Myanmar cyclone victims has received 622 donations
    • 6 years ago
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Project Leader

Zenia Tata

Executive Director and Director of Development
Lakewood, CO United States

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