About Us

The Friends are a group of Christians who feel called by God to support the work of Christ’s Church in Myanmar, especially supporting children’s education and grassroots’ community development. Friends of Burma (Myanmar) was founded in 2001. Registered as New Vision Ministires and Registered No. 1096018. 

Mission Statement:

1.    To raise awareness of situation in Myanmar and the life of the church in Myanmar,

2.    To pray for the people of Myanmar and particular issues/situations raise by Christians,

3.    To raise money for special projects amongst the Chin/Kuki people, eg. Onkhojang Boarding School, Tamu, Sagaing Division and Anglican Churches in Myanmar,

4.    To look towards possible exchanges and visit between Britain and Myanmar

How you can help:

Become a Friend of Myanmar,

You will receive regular news and prayer letters about the church in Myanmar and the ministries of Onkhojang School,

Pray for Myanmar:

a.    The Church in Myanmar,

b.    Older people without family support,

c.    Christian books in local languages,

d.    Provision of local health clinics

e.    Grassroots’ development projects

Supporting Churches:

a.    Christian literature and Bibles

b.    Churches activities for all ages

c.    Build, Repair and maintenance of church buildings


Grassroot Development Projects

1. Health Clinic and Preschool at Valpabung Village. Friends of Myanmar bought a plot in 2004 and build a small house for Clinic. A similar house was build in 2014 for PreSchool, now 15 children are atending. 

2. Toilet Develoment Project: Teaching the villagers health issues and building new toilets in villages.

3. Clean and Green Project: This is a small project helping villagers how to care and plant trees in gardens, farm and streets. Our motto is "Plant Trees, save lives"


Supporting church buildings:

Last few years Friends of Myanmar (UK) helped financially to build a new churches and refurbishment for old churches. Eg. 1. All Saints Anglican Church, Nampalong, Tamu, 2. Anglican Church, Molvailup, 3. St Matthew's Anglican Church, Vokso Village and 4. Nan Aung Maw Church in Myo Thit Area of Tamu.