BEBESEA Monthly Newsletter #4 – May 2022
Posted on May 11, 2022
Category: News

Greetings! This is a monthly update from BEBESEA to our valuable friends, colleagues and resource persons who have participated in and supported our activities.  

News from BEBESEA:

  • Opinion Article: Tual Sawn Khai also contributed his article “The plights of forgotten Chin people under the military coup in Myanmar”, which discusses how the military coup in Myanmar exacerbated poverty and the humanitarian crisis among the Chin people. Prior to the coup, for many years, Chin State was known as Myanmar’s poorest state, with more than half of the population living below the national poverty line.

News from Our Network:

  • In Memory: Our deepest condolences to our friends and colleagues of HOME (Humanitarian Organisation for Migration Economics) for the recent loss of the founder Ms. Bridget Tan, an untiring advocate and champion of the rights of migrant workers. Before setting up HOME, Bridget worked in the field of human resources and was the Chairperson of the Archdiocesan Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People (ACMI). Rest in Power – to know more about Bridget visit HOME Facebook page

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