Partners Asia supports community initiatives to improve the lives of the most vulnerable among the people of Myanmar. Many of these people live in unstable areas within Myanmar and along its borders, where they are at risk of displacement and exploitation. At Partners Asia, we build relationships with innovative organizers in these communities and with international donors, bridging the gap between local leaders and global resources.
We invite you to join our global network and consider making a donation to support the locally led groups with which we partner. Together we can all make a difference, supporting our local partners’ work with vulnerable girls and women, migrant workers and impoverished villagers.
NEWS! Executive Director Therese Caouette earns 2012 Global Hero Award for her community work.
NEWS! Watch Executive Director Therese Caouette's Google talk on "trafficking" and Burma.
NEWS! Read about Partners Asia on the NPR blog Humanosphere. They write, "Empowering the people of Burma-Myanmar, rather than simply coming to their aid to fight disease, teach kids or dig wells, will determine the true pace of reform and progress. Partners Asia, by necessity, has already learned how."