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European Union humanitarian assistance

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Title: Burma Day 2005 - Selected Documents
Description/subject: Burma Day 2005 - Selected Documents... Supporting Burma/Myanmar’s National Reconciliation Process - Challenges and Opportunities... Brussels, Tuesday 5th April 2005... Most of the papers and reports focus on the "Independent Report" written for the conference by Robert Taylor and Morten Pedersen. They range from macroeconomic critique to historical and procedural comment.
Language: English
Source/publisher: European Commission
Format/size: html, Word
Date of entry/update: 06 April 2005


Individual Documents

Title: Thaton Short Update: Bilin Township, October 2014
Date of publication: 03 February 2015
Description/subject: "This Short Update describes events occurring in Bilin Township, Thaton District during October 2014, including development projects such as water supply, road construction and building clinics... The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) went to Bilin Township and requested the presence of village representatives from 12 villages, so that they could state their core needs in their villages, which included a healthcare centre, schools, road construction in the village, hostels for teachers and water supply... On October 23rd 2014, a KHRG community member went to Noh Ka Neh village to attend a workshop conducted by a SDC field director and his officers. The community member interviewed the director about what he was doing and the director explained about initiating a village committee for building a school for the villagers."
Language: English
Source/publisher: Karen Human Rights Group (KHRG)
Format/size: pdf (2.39MB)
Alternate URLs: http://www.khrg.org/sites/default/files/14-85-d3_0.pdf
http://www.burmalibrary.org/KHRG/KHRG%202015/KHRG-2015-02-03-Thaton_Short_Update_Bilin_Township_Oct...
Date of entry/update: 02 March 2015


Title: Europe Plans More Engagement in Burma
Date of publication: April 2005
Description/subject: "Sanctions will stay, but aid programs win support... Differences between the European Union and Asian governments over how best to deal with Burma’s military junta may soon be a distant memory. As Asean gets tougher with Burma’s generals, the EU is taking another look at its long-standing policy of isolating Rangoon. Demonstrators protest against the Burma Day meeting EU sanctions against the military rulers will stay in place. But the 25 nation bloc is also working on an unprecedented aid strategy for Burma, including funding for health, education and poverty alleviation projects. The EU’s determination to provide assistance for Burma’s long-suffering population was highlighted at a “Burma Day” meeting organized in Brussels by the European Commission in early April..."
Author/creator: Shada Islam
Language: English
Source/publisher: "The Irrawaddy", Vol. 13, No. 4
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 29 April 2005


Title: The Brussels Follies
Date of publication: April 2005
Description/subject: "The European Commission raises eyebrows by commissioning two “Burma experts,” known for their military regime sympathy, to write a report for a Brussels meeting. European officials had to do a lot of not-so-nifty diplomatic footwork to explain a meeting in Brussels called “Burma Day 2005 (page 15).” It was an exercise in damage control in the face of a chorus of complaints by pro-democracy and human rights activists with other critics, who effectively thought it was more a Day of Shame. The meeting centered on a European Commission-commissioned report authored by Robert Taylor and Morten Pedersen, dubbed by the critics as Burmese regime apologists. The affair was supposed to dwell on humanitarian aid to Burma which, said EU officials, was why Taylor and Pedersen had been chosen to write the report, and why only “in-the-field” aid experts had been invited. Nonsense, retorted the uninvited critics: Taylor and Pedersen could in no way be described as aid experts, and nor could some of the other guests..."
Author/creator: Bruce Kent
Language: English
Source/publisher: "The Irrawaddy" Vol. 13, No. 4
Format/size: html
Date of entry/update: 29 April 2005


Title: European Union gives $2.2m for aid projects
Date of publication: 07 October 2001
Description/subject: "The European Union has allocated more than US$2 million to Myanmar for health care and other projects which will benefit about half a million people. The donation of two-million euros (about $2.2 million) will be channelled through the European Community Humanitarian Office (ECHO) to non-government organisations in Myanmar during the next 12 months. It brings to more than $6 million the amount allocated by the EU to aid projects in Myanmar since 1996. The EU announced the latest allocation in a statement issued on September 21..."
Language: English
Source/publisher: "The Myanmar Times", Volume 5, No.83, October 1 - 7, 2001
Alternate URLs: http://www.myanmar.gov.mm/myanmartimes/no83/New/2.htm
Date of entry/update: 06 December 2010