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September 2022

The 1 February military takeover, coupled with the state of emergency and nationwide protests/demonstrations against the takeover, has resulted in the resurgence of violence that caused new displacement and additional needs, including emergency Shelter & NFIs, for conflict affected internally displaced people dwelling in camps, displacement sites and camp-like settings in Myanmar.

  • 35 partners
  • $50.0 M (15%) required (funded)
  • 1.7 M / 0.6 M / 0.4 M people in need / targeted / reached

June 2022

The 1 February military takeover, coupled with the state of emergency and nationwide protests/demonstrations against the takeover, has resulted in the resurgence of violence that caused new displacement and additional needs, including emergency Shelter & NFIs, for conflict affected internally displaced people dwelling in camps, displacement sites and camp-like settings in Myanmar.

  • 35 partners
  • $50.0 M (7%) required (funded)
  • 1.7 M / 0.6 M / 0.3 M people in need / targeted / reached

December 2021

The 1 February military takeover, coupled with the state of emergency and nationwide protests/demonstrations against the takeover, has resulted in the resurgence of violence that caused new displacement and additional needs, including emergency Shelter & NFIs, for conflict affected internally displaced people dwelling in camps, displacement sites and camp-like settings in Myanmar.Frequent and large-scale displacement is now being seen in new areas such as Chin, Sagaing, and Magway, as well as various states in the Southeast.

  • 34 partners
  • $36.8 M (13%) required (funded)
  • 0.2 M / 0.2 M / 51 354 people in need / targeted / reached

August 2021

The 1 February military takeover, coupled with the state of emergency and ongoing nationwide protests/demonstrations against the takeover, has resulted in the resurgence of violence that caused new displacement and additional needs, including emergency Shelter & NFIs, for conflict affected internally displaced people dwelling in camps, displacement sites and camp-like settings in Myanmar.In addition to the security situation and further displacement, access constraints, the banking crisis and underfunding continue to remain a critical challenge for the Shelter/NFI/CCCM Cluster and its p

  • 34 partners
  • $36.8 M (8%) required (funded)
  • 0.2 M / 0.2 M / 51 354 people in need / targeted / reached

April 2021

The 1 February military takeover, coupled with the state of emergency and ongoing nationwide protests/demonstrations against the takeover, has resulted in additional needs, including emergency Shelter & NFIs, for conflict affected internally displaced people dwelling in camps, displacement sites and camp-like settings in Myanmar.In addition to the security situation and further displacement, access constraints and underfunding continue to remain a critical challenge for the Shelter/NFI/CCCM Cluster and its partners.To address needs for 2021, the cluster appealed for $36.8M for Shelter/N

  • 34 partners
  • $36.8 M (2%) required (funded)
  • 0.3 M / 0.3 M people in need / targeted

December 2020

Conflict affected families dwelling in camps and camp-like settings in Myanmar continue to remain in an appalling condition. Protracted displacement and re-current new emergencies has worsened the living condition of families, thereby subjecting them to adopt negative coping strategies.Through the 2020 HRP, the Shelter/NFI/CCCM cluster planned to assistance some 250,000 conflict-affected population with Emergency/Temporary Shelter & NFI assistance. Only 61% of these population have been supported with life-sustaining shelter & NFI assistance.

  • 22 partners
  • $21.0 M (27%) required (funded)
  • 0.2 M / 0.1 M / 85 110 people in need / targeted / reached