The “scale of operations” of non-governmental organizations can be divided into either “international” or “domestic.” When dealing with problems in Myanmar, although international non-governmental organizations may hold advantages due to their professionalism and available resources; however, there are still situations where they may feel helpless and will need to rely on the help of other domestic non-governmental organizations or even form a collaborative alliance with them to carry out their activities in a more efficient way. Given the importance of domestic non-governmental organizations in Myanmar, this study will focus on issues related to “developments of remote area with ethnic minorities,” which have been overlooked by the Myanmar government for a long period of time. This study includes case studies on domestic non-governmental organizations that provide aid to the people of Kachin, including the Metta Development Foundation, the Shalom Foundation, and Wunpawng Ninghtoi (Light For The People), with detailed recounts of the interactions between these domestic non-governmental organizations and the Kachin people. Additionally, this study will also focus mainly on “agriculture” and “education,” with analyses of the actions taken by the domestic non- governmental organizations for the development of remote areas in the Kachin state.
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