(Villagers who fled conflicts are temporarily living in an abandoned government office building)
The conflict between the Myanmar military and the Arakan Army, an armed group fighting for greater autonomy in western Rakhine, has not ceased since December 2018. In June 2019, the Myanmar Government ordered telecommunications companies to shut down mobile internet service across local townships, hindering external access of updated information which the safety of civilians are of concern. 
Continue reading CEDAR’s Second Phase of Relief Assists 2,500 Burmese in Western Myanmar
Integral Alliance has launched a Disaster Response for the growing crisis in Yemen. Four Integral Members either have work in the country or work through partners, with a further seven Members ready to support work already going in the sectors of health, food security and WASH …
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[ ‘SHARE’ May-Jun 2015 ] STEP INTO THE WORLD
Last winter, Integral Alliance members, Mission East and Tearfund UK, supplied 40,000 Iraqi refugees of ISIS with warm clothing and financed their purchasing of materials and housing equipments.
Continue reading Continue Walking with War-torn Families of the Iraq War
In early March, fighting had eased in the Kokang region, Myanmar and over 2,000 Kokang people who fled due to the fighting gradually returned home. Unfortunately, fight has soon resumed and intensified in a few days and expanded into Chinese territory, resulting in civilian casualties.
Continue reading Needs of Kokang Refugees Will Increase by Mid-May
The Chinese Lunar New Year should be a time for Chinese to enjoy family reunions and to send blessings to loved ones, unfortunately for thousands of Han Chinese living at Kokang Region of Northern Myanmar, it is the time for them to flee their homes for the Yunnan area of neighboring China as conflict intensifies.
Continue reading Provide Emergency Humanitarian Aid to Kokang Refugees on China-Myanmar Border
Since the start of 2014 more than 1.4 million Iraqis have left their homes because of fighting. Some 850,000 people, more than half of the total number, have been made homeless in the last two months. In parts of Iraq minority groups, like Yazidis and Christians, are under threat of forced conversion, fines and even death.
Continue reading Iraq Crisis Appeal: Join Hands to Bring Hope to Iraq Displaced People