Here to help? Addressing a crisis within a crisis

Last Updated
19 June 2020

From a local to global scale, there are often far-reaching repercussions in any crisis that many don’t see. In a crisis, organizations often send aid workers in to support the impacted population.

Sadly, aid workers don’t always go to communities with the best intentions, and crises can make existing conditions, such as domestic abuse, worse. PSEA Network Myanmar is working with QUO to create a series of videos and posters to let those in crisis-affected areas know their rights. The target audiences include community members and vulnerable populations, particularly women and children.

The project also includes material targeted for aid workers to prevent violations of the rights of community members and coworkers. Available in Burmese and English, these videos and posters aim to ensure that the crisis response doesn’t worsen the crisis.

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