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The Matu Herald News

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Preparing and publishing a monthly news journal in the Matu language to inform Burmese citizens living outside of the country.
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Many Burmese refugees living outside of the country such as in India have difficulties to follow the mass media in English or in Hindi. Because it is crucial to have the public informed and aware of the situations within and outside of Burma, publishing a monthly news journal in the Matu language can ultimately contribute to building a better Burma by sowing the seed of democracy in the hearts of the people. With access to the updated news of both national and international situations, Burmese refugees will have a better understanding of democracy and  be ready to bring true democracy to Burma.                                  

You can help to cover the costs of publishing the Matu Herald News Journal for six months from May to October 2013. This includes collecting, editing, printing and distributing of the news journal.

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Name of Organization The Matu Herald News Group
About the Organisation The Matu Herald News Group was established in October 2008. The group seeks to inform all Burmese living outside the country (specifically those from the Matu community living in India) about the political situation inside Burma. The group members also see publishing the journal as a means of non-violent political movement to improve the government of Burma.
Total Costs INR 25,000 (approx. CZK 9,000 / EUR 355 / USD 460)
Amount for sponsorship CZK 9,000
Total Number of Shares 18
Location Sitapuri, New Delhi
Timeframe May - October 2013
Progress Update

The six monthly issues supported by BCP were published according to plan from May to October 2013. 500 copies were published each month ensuring that the Matu community in India had access to major news in their native language.

Here is a sample of June 2013 headlines: 

  • Brief story of Mr. Antonio Geneva UN High Commissioner for refugees
  • Delhi UN Chief of mission DCCF take apart in Farewell
  • Rally of World refugees day in Delhi
  • World Economy Conference held in Burma
  • Lack of Peace and Harmony in Seria
  • Way to take care of teeth. Dr Aung Htang
  • Drugs burned in Mandalay and Rangoon
  • Burma’s army and SSA revolt battle
  • Sri Nagar attack by terrorist

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