Humanitarian Assistance Options for Myanmar

25 Oct 2021

This Policy Brief is published by the CSIS Myanmar Initiative Program. The program 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.

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