Request from Hozan Alan Senauke & Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi

A massive fire in the Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh on the Myanmar border has forced tens of thousands to flee their makeshift homes.  They have escaped from the fires of genocidal attacks in their homeland and now face the devastation of their shelters, the loss of their meager belongings and the death of their people.

Click on this link to to find the latest emergency efforts and appeals launched to provide desperately needed shelter, food, sanitation and medical help for the victims of the fire:

The fire burned through several health clinics, food distribution centers, and a market.  The largest health clinic in the camp was “completely destroyed.”  The World Food Programme said two of its nutrition centers and a food distribution site were “burnt to the ground.”


Request from Hozan Alan Senauke & Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi

Military repression of the pro-democracy Civil Disobedience Movement (CDM) has escalated in the past week with the death toll over 500; including children killed by direct fire in the protests.

Click on this link to support the the pro-democracy movement in Myanmar:

Clear View Project transfers funds to friends in Thailand

who are effective in getting aid into Myanmar.

Clear View Project has worked in Myanmar for many years, supporting political reforms and community development... with strong connections with western Buddhist centers, Burmese communities in exile in the U.S., and Burma activist organizations.