From Burma Campaign UK <[email protected]>
Subject Stop aid cuts to Burma
Date June 29, 2021 5:09 PM
  Links have been removed from this email. Learn more in the FAQ.
  Links have been removed from this email. Learn more in the FAQ.
Dear John

The British government is cutting aid to the world’s poorest, and aid to Burma is in the firing line.

British aid to Burma helps keep people alive. It helps the poorest in the country.

And thanks to successful campaigns by Burma Campaign UK, there are strict rules in place to prevent any aid reaching the military.

Please write to the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development affairs, Rt Hon Dominic Raab MP, telling him not to cut aid to Burma. ([link removed])
[link removed]
Children in Karen State hiding in a cave because of airstrikes by the Burmese Army.
The humanitarian situation in Burma was already dire, with hundreds of thousands of people homeless because of attacks and human rights violations by the military, and millions living in poverty.

Since the military coup in February, the situation has got much worse. More than half the population is living in poverty and another 50,000 people have fled their homes because of bombing attacks by the military.

Aid to Burma needs to be increased, but instead it’s going to be cut at a time when the need has never been greater.

Tell British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab not to cut aid to Burma. ([link removed])

Thank you.

Karin Valtersson
Burma Campaign UK

Please make a donation today ([link removed])
[link removed] Share ([link removed])
[link removed]: Tweet ([link removed]:
[link removed] Forward ([link removed])
[link removed]
Click here to update your details. ([link removed])

Our mailing address is:
Burma Campaign UK
110 The Bon Marche Centre
241-251 Ferndale Road
London, SW9 8BJ
United Kingdom

We hope you want to stay in touch but if you no longer want to receive our emails,you can unsubscribe here. ([link removed])

You can read our Privacy Policy here ([link removed]) , which has additional information on how we use your information and how you can opt out.

This email was sent to [email protected]

** If you are having trouble reading this email, click here to view in your browser ([link removed])
Screenshot of the email generated on import

Message Analysis