Yes, I mean your organisation. Since you are working with those ethnic minorities there like the Chakma etc., it would be helpful to them and to you if a project proposal is written in support of your work there. It can be a participatory project so that the members of the communities are involved. A good basis of the Project proposal is a situation analysis of the minorities there. If you need guidance on this I can help you per email.
Thank you a million for making contact. We have to thank Craig for making this a smaller world than it may seem so we could meet. His action and yours support my strong belief in oneness of the human race and goodness of the human soul. I know time is approaching fast when none of us will feel really happy from day to day until all of us can live in peace, afford enough to eat, a place to sleep, clothe to wear and a doctor to provide health care for loved ones.
My major preoccupation at present involves joining hands with others of similar interest like you to provide needed relief to the “silent victims” of war, declared or undeclared: rural communities who are forced to flee from their ancestral villages to survive by trading in bi-products of man-made deforestation: firewood, charcoal and timber.
Many of their sad stories are presented on our organization's website
thank you Khaing Pray Htun. I had a look at your website, it looks like you do some interesting work in the CHT. My organisation has done some work in Bangladesh in the past but unfortunately not currently. If you are interested, have a look at our country profile on Bangladesh and let me know what you think: http://www.minorityrights.org/5632/bangladesh/bangladesh-overview.html
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