What is the Tat Lan Programme?
Tat Lan aims to improve the food security and livelihoods of 252 remote, Rakhine State communities in geographically vulnerable environments exposed to cyclones, sea surges and severe monsoon flooding.
In Myebon, Pauktaw, Kyaukphyu and Minbya townships, Tat Lan is building resilience through sustainable food security, and improved: nutrition, livelihoods, financial services, agriculture, water, sanitation and hygiene.
The programme has a commitment to gender equality and community-based planning, by supporting village development committees. Community leaders are increasingly engaging with government departments and local authorities to advocate for improvements in the quality of life for their people.
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International Rescue Committee, Save the Children, Better Life Organization and Oxfam implement the Tat Lan Programme which is funded by the Livelihoods and Food Security Trust Fund, LIFT. CARE Myanmar provides expert monitoring and evaluation of the programme. Each organization has extensive experience operating programmes in Myanmar, particularly in challenging and remote environments including Rakhine State.