Introducing the BRACED Myanmar Alliance

  • By BRACED Myanmar Alliance
  • 06/09/2016

A couple catch fish in a river at a village near Bogalay, one of the worst-hit areas by Cyclone Nargis, May 14, 2008. REUTERS/Aung Hla Tun (MYANMAR)


This leaflet gives an introduction to the BRACED Myanmar Alliance.

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