in the past we did not take help from anybody and we could stand on our own feet. Now we wear other people’s old clothes. I don’t feel good about that.

Community Focus Group Member, Myanmar​

Myanmar

Myanmar

L2GP has been working in Myanmar since 2009, initially through action research into how people understand ‘protection’ and protect their needs in crisis. Later research has broadened this to other areas of Myanmar. L2GP has also supported organisations working in the region to implement sclr with communities affected by conflict and natural disaster.

Potential refugee return in eastern Myanmar

Surviving the Storm: Self-protection and survival in the Delta

Conflict and Survival: Self-protection in South-East Burma

Learning Review: community-led crisis response to LPRR

Matt Schissler
2015

Ashley South, Susanne Kempel, Malin Perhult & Nils Carstensen

2011

Ashley South with Malin Perhult & Nils Carstensen

2010

Justin Corbett
This paper explores local protection concerns, plans, and aspirations in connection with a possible return of refugees and displaced in eastern Myanmar. It is a scoping paper to explore the relevance of further action and research in this area.

This study explores the perceptions and realities of people living in parts of the Irrawaddy Delta affected by Cyclone Nargis, which struck Myanmar on the night of 2 May 2008.

This study explores how people living in parts of Karen State, Burma, understand ‘protection’ – what they value, how they go about protecting themselves, their families and their communities and how they view the roles of other stakeholders.

Lessons from pilots supporting community-led resonse to crisis through Linking Preparedness Response and Reslience (LPRR), with support from L2GP, Christian Aid and others.

Potential refugee return in eastern Myanmar

Matt Schissler
2015
This paper explores local protection concerns, plans, and aspirations in connection with a possible return of refugees and displaced in eastern Myanmar. It is a scoping paper to explore the relevance of further action and research in this area.

Surviving the Storm: Self-protection and survival in the Delta

Ashley South, Susanne Kempel, Malin Perhult & Nils Carstensen

2011

This study explores the perceptions and realities of people living in parts of the Irrawaddy Delta affected by Cyclone Nargis, which struck Myanmar on the night of 2 May 2008.

Conflict and Survival: Self-protection in South-East Burma

Ashley South with Malin Perhult & Nils Carstensen

2010

This study explores how people living in parts of Karen State, Burma, understand ‘protection’ – what they value, how they go about protecting themselves, their families and their communities and how they view the roles of other stakeholders.

Learning Review: community-led crisis response to LPRR

Justin Corbett
Lessons from pilots supporting community-led resonse to crisis through Linking Preparedness Response and Reslience (LPRR), with support from L2GP, Christian Aid and others.