The military is now back in charge and has declared a year-long state of emergency in Myanmar.
In the four weeks since Myanmar’s military seized power, resistance has taken many forms, from people banging pots and pans to massive street protests. But none have shown more commitment to the cause of restoring civilian rule than the tens of thousands of civil servants who have put their lives and livelihoods on the line by joining the growing civil disobedience movement.
Majority of the people who participated in Civil Disobedience Movement has lost their jobs and now facing with extreme financial crisis.
This fund will directly donate to people who are facing with financial difficulties and who get injured during the protests by military gun shots. Many anti-coup protesters in Myanmar have been shot to dead by riot police.