Myanmar: New law puts Europe’s humanitarian aid at risk
28 November 2022 | 10:51 am
Myanmar's ruling military junta has issued new rules making it harder for foreign aid groups to operate in the country. NGO's will need to adapt their strategies to reach those in need.
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