The ICRC (The International Committee of the Red Cross) established a permanent presence in Myanmar in 1986. Since January 2013, it has been gradually expanding its activities in the country, providing vital humanitarian assistance to people affected by inter-communal violence in Rakhine State and armed conflict areas in the country's northeast. ICRC is currently running multiple programs in Myanmar, primarly focusing on improving access to healthcare services and clean water and restoring livelihoods in these remote regions.
Partnering with TGM Research, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) aimed to gain insight into how communities in Myanmar behave online and their attitudes towards humanitarian work.
- Rebeka Johnson, PhD
ICRC Marketing and Research Manager & Learning and Evaluation Strategic Advisor