BHN Association

Our mission is humanitarian assistance by promoting basic human needs of the people in developing countries and in disaster areas through our specialty of information and communication technology (ICT) e.g. assistance to medical facilities, emergency relief activities for disaster victims and training of young ICT leaders in developing countries.
Solar Power to Villages in Karen State, Myanmar
 
In Myanmar many of the minority ethnical areas were left without infrastructures due to the battles against the central government. After the cease fire better infrastructues are indispensable to encourage refugees and Internally Displaced Persons(IDP) to return to their home lands. BHN started supplying solar electricity to remote villages to imporove their lives. project reportread updates from the field
FM Broadcast Stations supporting Disaster Victims
 
An FM broadcasting station for supporting disaster victims ("Disaster Broadcasting Stations") is a specific kind of Community Radio system to supply "Emergency Control Programs," "Life Support Information" and other community related programs that re-unite the minds of refugees away from their old communities. Also, they supply information for foreigners residing in those areas, who lack vital daily life information in their own languages. project reportread updates from the field
 
   

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