Partners & Donors
Partnerships in creating change
As an implementing office of ADRA, ADRA Myanmar has a number of major partners and donors. These partnerships are an important and vital component of our projects in serving the people of Myanmar. Not only do they contribute much needed support and funds, but they also allow the opportunity to create positive change and sustainable development. Below is a list of our current partners and donors.
Karreni National Women's Organization
KNWO partners with Women’s LEAD, RISE and ADRA Myanmar in the BRIGHT project with Global Affairs Canada as donor.
Myanmar Union Mission
The Myanmar Union Mission of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, partners with ADRA Myanmar in the ADVOCACY project funded by ADRA International.
TEI- Ta'ang Education Institute
Global Affairs Canada funded the BRIGHT project in partnership with KNWO, TEI, and ADRA Myanmar as implementing partners.
ADRA Myanmar partners with a number of ADRA Donor offices that work in conjunction with their respective foreign ministries to provide support and funding for our projects. Below is a list of our current ADRA partners:
ADRA Australia partners with ADRA New Zealand in the SURE project in Chin State.
ADRA Canada partners with Global Affairs Canada in the SURE project in Chin State.
ADRA Japan partners with the AEON 1% Club Foundation in the AEON5 project.
ADRA New Zealand
ADRA New Zealand partners with MFAT in the SURE project in Chin State.
ADRA International is supporting and funding the ADVOCACY project.
ADRA Norway partners with Norad in the SEAQE2 project in Kayin State.
ADRA Germany is a support partner with ADRA UK in the CASE2Learn project with the European Union as donor.
ADRA UK is a support partner with ADRA Germany in the CASE2Learn project with the European Union as donor.