After coup d’état the Myanmar military army arrested Aung San Suu Kyi and other senior elected government officials on 1 February, 2021, a few government employees voluntarily withdrew from civil duty denouncing coup was unlawful and therefore they didn’t want to work under military dictatorship. Within a week, Civil Disobedience Movement took place as nonviolent form of protest to paralyze the military council at every level of government sectors.
Myanmar Development Foundation fully supports Civil Disobedience Movement non-violent protest in Myanmar. More than US $100,000 had been raised through facebook funds raising campaign, and more than US $122,221.38 had been distributed for those who are suffering hardship, defying harm and atrocity by pro-military police force.
Funds distribution report can be found at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vxKWQfb6w0otADKtvGpF2REuVJOLBzjQTqn7GF9huKQ/edit?usp=sharing
New fund raising campaign has been launched via online tool utilizing technologies to effectively manage the funds, and to able to directly allocate it to the people of Myanmar.