Myanmar’s neighbours must allow cross-border aid for 200,000 displaced people

Debbie Stothard, the founder and coordinator of Altsean-Burma, has worked for over 25 years to support human rights, democracy and peace in Myanmar.

In an exclusive interview with Karen News, Debbie explains why it is now critically important for Myanmar’s neighbors to allow cross-border aid to some 200,000 displaced people and another three million in desperate need of humanitarian aid.

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