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Three requirements for the team members
FBR works with tribal pro-democracy groups to train, deliver and coordinate ranger crews to deliver health assistance, shelters, nutrition, clothes and HRD. Besides the discharge and report further results of the work of the team are the advancement of the ability to lead, the civilian population and the reinforcement of the inter-ethnic oneness.
They are to refrain from contacting the Burmese army or other offensive powers and work under the protective umbrella of the Burmese army of ethnical stronghold. But they cannot run away if the helpers cannot evade the aggression. Dear - Every voluntary should be driven by it. Visualization: Free the downtrodden and advocate the cause of decency, righteousness and atonement.
COMMISSION: To help bringing help, hopes and charity to persons of all creeds and ethnic groups in the areas of conflicts, to illuminate the activities of the oppressor, to be with the repressed and to provide aid to guides and organisations who are working for freedom, equity and work. Inspiring, training and equipping those in areas of conflicting interests to make a difference through charity and ministry.
Immediate health care, shelters, nutrition, clothes, training material and other humane help in the conflict areas and improvement of logistic and medevac. Development of Burma's information network, which records, communicates and distributes information on Burma's violation of international law and provides an early alert system for Burma's army atrocities.
Praying and counselling for people who have suffered violations of international law and supporting programmes for these people. Providing education, equipment and assistance to local tribal aid workers. In 2001 the first Teamtraining took place and in 2005 the first Teamtraining. The FBR has educated over 250 multi-ethnic aid groups since 1997 and there are 71 full-time groups in the areas of Arakan, Chin, Kachin, Karen, Karenni, Kayan, Lahu, Mon, Naga, Pa-Oh, Shan and Ta'ang in Burma.
They have carried out over 800 1-2-month international human aid assignments in the conflict area. Approximately 1000 volunteers are admitted on board each project, and 2,000 other volunteers are supported in some way. Our team has cared for over 500,000 clients and assisted over 1,100,000 of them. Unburdened by relief: Zimbabwean Buddhist groups offer health, education, spiritual, physical and general aid to those suffering repression in Burma.
The team travels through areas of conflicts and crises to provide help and consolation and also conducts management trainings and provides health, pedagogical, reporting and general capacities education for its population. Enforcement reports and reports on breaches of international humanitarian law. The priorities for help will go to IDPs, Burma and those whose communities were recently under attack by the Burmese army.
Fellowship with those who are suffering and helping those of all races and beliefs. Federations report on Burma on a regular basis and send information to donors, the press, other NGOs and government. Furthermore, we support the Global Day of Prayer for Burma every year. Guidance: Besides the discharge and report further results of the work of the team are the advancement of the ability to lead, the civilian population and the reinforcement of the inter-ethnic oneness.
FBR provides management and communication trainings to empower civic societies, establish management skills and communicate. The FBR assists in coordinating the Burmese people' s grassroots and pro-democracy Burmese' traditional work. The biggest FBR course held in the autumn usually involves several ethnical groups and a one-month educational missions, which included the GLC-Schooltour.
South Karen State: Mergui-Tavoy FBR formation team, usually carried out in early summers and lasts one months. is a Shan State: Shan and occasional Karenni FBR team practice, held in early season, duration approx. 6 s.. Further courses: as logistic, personal and timing permits, at the request of certain groups. Jungle Schuld of Medicine-Kawthoolei: a one-year educational programme for prospective physicians that provides a preclinical framework.
There are currently 71 Free Burma Ranger Clubs, each with approximately 2-4 assignments per year. They will be carried out in the teams' home areas and will be led by FBR co-ordinators and regional managers.