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HELP Burma: Fundraising Food Fair
3rd Annual Fundraiser to help humanitarian Projects Inside Burma
Food, Music, Cultural Dances & Singer Yadana Oo  Food List   Draft Program

The middle class in Burma has largely disappeared in the past few decades and much of the population has sinked into deep poverty and is struggle to survive. Please join us for a Burmese and Ethnic Food bazaar, Music and Cultural Dances to help fund the small non-profits' humanitarian projects inside Burma. All the proceeds will go to people inside Burma who desperately need help with education, food, healthcare and other basic needs for survival.

Sunday Jan 22, 2012   11am- 3pm
Newark Pavilion, 6430 Thornton Ave, Newark, CA 94560-3736

(Singer Yadana Oo will perform, but no entry fee)

Flyers:   Burmese    English Flyer 

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Project Help Burma Past Grant Recipient organizations inside Burma in past two years




1 Myatnama Methodist Church Children Mission in Hlawgar
2 Social Assistance Committee - Yangon Amay Eain Schools Project

Myitta-Yin-Kwin Children Development Center

Children Education Project


Thanlyin Methodist Church

Children Care for Christ Mission Hostel


Water, Research and Training Center (WRTC), Myanmar

Microcredit project for women in cyclone Nargis-affected area


Education Commission, Archdiocese of Yangon, Myanmar

Solar Installation at the Education Centers and Education Support


Myitta Yin Kwin Child Care Service South Dagon


Ar Yon Oo Youth Development Center

Youth Development Program


Muslim Central Funds Trust (Muslim Baho Yan-pon ngwe)

Ismail Vanya Scholarship Fund


Lawka Alinka PyinNyar DarNa Foundation

Youth Education Development Program









Mohinga Memories

Few people I know could turn down a bowl of mohinga, the piquant, complex medley of rice noodles and other ingredients in a savory fish-based broth widely regarded as the country’s national dish.

Committee for Project Help Burma Concerned individuals & Organizations in the SF Bay Area

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Burmese Dance
The Burmese dance uses graceful and lively movements to tell a story. Whether it's a tale of ancient history, political strife, unwavering love or spiritual journeys, the Burmese dancer conveys emotion and action with the common postures of everyday life. The dance steps are executed very slowly with random burst of rapid leaps and movements. With colorful and elaborate costumes, it is clear to see how the Burmese dance has entertained for centuries, and because of its lasting legacy, a talented Burmese dancer is highly respected as a source of national pride.