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Welcome ceremony

Welcome ceremony

With thanks for our clean water project

Training

Training

Educating the Next Generation

Seminars

Seminars

On physical and spiritual health

Water Projects

Water Projects

Opening a new well

About Us

Global Alliance for Myanmar (GAFM) aids, equips and advocates for Christians, refugees and minorities who are oppressed or persecuted for their faith.

GAFM provides spiritual and physical help for suffering Christians and minorities to live in the dignity of God’s love and rise above their circumstances.

GAFM offers ways for Christians to ease the burdens of persecuted Christians through prayer, action, and giving.

GAFM Provides spiritual and physical help for suffering Myanmar refugees in India, thailand, Malaysia, Australia, USA and others.

GAFM Aids equips and advocates for Christians and minorities who are oppressed

GAFM Share love in action.

Global Alliance for Myanmar in Action

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Helping the Poor

Helping the Poor
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Training Leaders

Training Leaders
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Advocating for Persecuted Minorities

Advocating for Persecuted Minorities
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Training young people

Training young people

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Since 2001, Global Alliance for Myanmar has been in the battle for the rights of persecuted minorities around Myanmar. It has come to the aid of few hundreds of suffering men, women and children through the distribution of food, water, medicine, clothing, educational supplies in Myanmar.

GAFM assist mobile clinics, orphanage schools in Myanmar and refugee camps, centers and other private schools in Myanmar.

GAFM  provides spiritual and physical help for suffering Christians and minorities to live in the dignity of God’s love and rise above their circumstances.

GAFM offers ways for Christians and minorities to ease the burdens of persecuted people through prayer, action, and giving.

[ Our Mission]

To aid, equip and advocate for Burmese who are oppressed or persecuted for their faith and who they are.

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