In searching for the best options for carrying out humanitarian assistance into Myanmar, this policy brief is a result of policy workshop on "Humanitarian Assistance Options for Myanmar" on September 30 with the support from S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS) Singapore. The discussion yielded various options for conducting humanitarian works that are effective and legitimate for Myanmar stakeholders. These options are carefully crafted according to the international humanitarian principle of “doing no harm,” thus presenting a holistic approach to solving the crisis. In short, this Policy Brief is published by the CSIS Myanmar Initiative Program that seeks to initiate policy research, discussions and collaborative engagements to generate options for regional governments and organisations along with civil society groups and the international community to effectively address the post-coup humanitarian crisis in Myanmar.