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Myanmar Directory

The following is a working directory of organisations actively engaged in combatting human trafficking in Myanmar.

 


United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), Yangon Office
UNICEF’s Myanmar office focuses on child protection through their support to governments and NGO’s to improve the legislation, policies and interventions in order to protect children. 

UNICEF Myanmar
23-A, Inya Myaing
Inya Myaing Rd
Yangon 11201 Myanmar

P.O. Box 1435
Yangon 11201 Myanmar

Telephone: +95 (0) 1 230 5961-9
Email: yangon@unicef.org
Website:  www.unicef.org/myanmar


United Nations Action for Cooperation Against Trafficking in Persons (UN – ACT), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Myanmar
UN-ACT Myanmar works with the Coordinated in Mekong Ministerial Initiative against Trafficking (COMMIT Process) from Myanmar along with the other five governments in the Mekong Region to combat human trafficking. 

UN–ACT Myanmar, UNDP
WFP Building
Nr. 5 Kanbawza Street
Bahan Township
Yangon, Myanmar

Telephone: +95 (0) 1 230 5977 78
Email: aye.aye.mar.kyaw@undp.org
Website:  www.un-act.org/countries/myanmar/


International Organization for Migration (IOM) Yangon Office
IOM Myanmar cooperates with Myanmar’s Central Body for Suppression of Trafficking in Persons, the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Department of Social Welfare, the Myanmar Women’s Affairs Federation, and UN agencies and NGOs. They work closely with Myanmar’s Department of Social Welfare in order to run “Myanmar-Thai Case Management Meetings on the Return and Reintegration of Victims of Trafficking”.

Additionally, IOM Myanmar facilitates quarterly cross-border visits of Myanmar caseworkers to provide assistance and support to victims of human trafficking in Thai shelters. IOM actively participated in the development of “Bilateral Standard Operating Procedures for Management of Cases and the Repatriation and Reintegration of Victims of Trafficking” between Myanmar and Thailand, and is currently working with members of the Human Trafficking Working Group in Myanmar to develop “National Standard Operating Procedures for Victim Protection”. 

IOM Myanmar, Yangon Office
No.50-B, Thiri Mingalar, 2nd street
Ward 8, Kamayut Township
Yangon, Myanmar

Telephone: +95 (0) 1 523 509, +95 (0) 1 532 279, +95 (0) 9 7323 6679, +95 (0) 9 7323 6680
Email: iomyangon@iom.int
Website: www.iom.int/countries/myanmar/general-information


Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement
The Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement provides a two-week program of “rehabilitation” for most victims of trafficking returning from abroad. Temporary shelters for repatriated trafficking victims are provided at eight vocational training centres. Eventually, victims are sent back to their home communities or to designated organizations for those children who are orphans. 

Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement
Office No 23
Nay Pyi Taw 331 Myanmar

Telephone: +95 (0) 67 404 102
Website: www.mswrr.gov.mm 


World Vision Myanmar
World Vision in Myanmar works on prevention by supporting awareness training in vulnerable communities. To do so, World Vision Myanmar set up a community volunteer system to further assess the risk of trafficking within the community. They have also established a youth club to help promote awareness of human trafficking at the provincial level.

World Vision Myanmar, Yangon Office
16, Shin Saw Pu Road
Ahlone Tsp., Sanchaung P.O.
Yangon, Myanmar

Telephone: +95 (0) 1 525 191, +95 (0) 1 511 265, +95 (0) 1 510 113, +95 (0)  9 42 11 39 343 350
Fax: +95 (0) 1 527 502, +95 (0) 1 510 148
Email: myanmar@wvi.org  
Website: www.wvi.org/myanmar


Myanmar Orphans Support Network
Myanmar Orphans Support Network works to help and support orphans in terms of education, health care, and nutrition.

Myanmar Orphans Support Network
255 Aung Thit Sar Street
Yangon, Myanmar

Telephone: +95 (0) 9 42 113 7052


Karenni National Women’s Organization (KNWO)
KNWO works for the benefit of the entire Karenni refugee population. They work to increase international awareness of the Karenni situation and promote gender equality. They promote and advocate work for women and children’s rights.

KNWO Central Office
P.O. Box 31
Mae Hong Son 58000 Thailand

KNWO Branch Office
67 Naung Yar Ka Quarter
Loikaw, Kaya State
Myanmar

Telephone: +66 (0) 80 673 8315
Email: knwocent@gmail.com, knwoloikaw@gmail.com
Website: www.karenniwomen.org


Save the Children Myanmar
Save the Children in Myanmar works to provide awareness of human trafficking at the community level. 

Save the Children Myanmar, Yangon Office
Wizaya Plaza
226 U Wizaya Road
Bahan Township
Yangon, Myanmar

Telephone:  +95 (1) 375 739, +95 (1) 375 747, +95 (1) 375 791, +95 (1) 375 796, +95 (1) 375 801, +95 (1) 502 991, +95 (1) 537 387, +95 (1) 536 732, +95 (1) 537 092, +95 (1) 539 217
Website: http://myanmar.savethechildren.net


FXB
FXB in Myanmar focuses on vocational training, professional social entrepreneurship training, and income generating activities. FXB offers vocational training and life skills for young people who are at risk of human traffickers. 

FXB International
44, Rue de Lausanne
1201 Geneva, Switzerland

Tel: +41 (0) 22 741 0030
Email: info@fxb.org
Website: www.fxb.org/programs/myanmar