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Assistance for Poor and Emergency Health Care

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Financial assistance to the poor and immediate access to medical care for accident victims.
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Most Burmese refugees in Delhi do not have access to medical care and many do not have enough money to meet their basic needs. With this project, BCF will provide financial assistance to the most needy in the Burmese refugee community. In its experience, even the small amount of money it is able to provide has enabled people to buy food or get medical help. This helps ensure the survival of individual and their families and a better life for all.

You can help by contributing to Burma Charity Fund's emergency relief fund.

Additional Information

Name of Organization Burma Charity Fund
About the Organisation

The Burmese Charity Fund was founded by four members in the year 2005. The general purpose of the organization is to help Burmese refugees in Delhi meet their basic livelihood needs and get access to health care. The fund also provides financial assistance to needy students. The organization consists of a director, treasurer, and two committee members. In 2007, BCF helped 47 Chin refugee students for one academic year. It also provided assistance to a chronically ill elderly woman for one and a half years. The BCF serves the Burmese refugee population in the city of Delhi.

Total Costs INR 21,000 (approx. CZK 8,000, EUR 330)
Amount for sponsorship CZK 8,000
Total Number of Shares 16
Location West Delhi
Timeframe August - October 2011
Progress Update
  • August: BCF provided assistance to needy individuals in West Delhi, including the Bodella, Hastal, Asalatpur, and Sitapuri neighbourhoods. A total of 13 people received financial assistance towards immediate medical care or buying food.
  • September: BCF provided assistance to people in need in West Delhi, including the Bodella, Hastal, Sitapuri, Vikas Nagar, and Jeewan Park areas. A total of 12 individuals were given financial assistance either to get emergency health care or to meet their basic needs.


From August to October 2011, Burma Charity Fund distributed emergency financial assistance to the poor and to accident victims or the sick requiring hospital care. A total of 44 Burmese refugees living in the following areas in West Delhi received assistance: Bodella, Hastsal, Asalatpur, Sitapuri, Vikas Nagar, and Jeewan Park. With the aid they received, ranging from 100 to 500 rupees, the refugees could access medical care of buy food to meet their basic needs.

Words from the Microgrant Recipient

"We think that we success in our plan to help the Burmese people, who are in need of medical care, food, etc... We were able to meet our goals. Most of the beneficiaries of our Burma Charity Fund were the people who were very sick … We think that the help we gave them are beneficial in some way. We may say we face no problems in implementing our work. The main reason is that because of the limited fund, we could not publicize our work. When we heard that there was a problem, we help them without discrimination regarding community or the place they live."


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