Myanmar Peace Monitor

Peace Support Fund

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Led by : UK

Formed : April 2014 with funding from the UK

The Peace Support Fund is designed to provide rapid financial support to demand-driven initiatives that contribute directly to the Myanmar Peace Process or to a reduction in inter-communal violence in Myanmar.


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Address: 801, Level 8, Tower B,
Myrawaddy Bank Complex cnr WaDan St and ByGyoke Rd Lanmadaw 11131, Yangon Myanmar


Elizabeth Armstrong
Director, Peace Support Fund
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+95 (0) 9254 395 656

Naw Tin Thet San
Program Officer
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+95 (0) 9250 931 660

Myo Hein Htut
Program Officer
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+95 (0) 9540 7978




The goal of the Peace Support Fund is to increase the likelihood of sustainable peace in Myanmar by supporting initiatives which increase trust, confidence, engagement and participation in the peace process, and which reduce inter-communal tensions.
Funded projects will seek to contribute to peace building in Myanmar through:

  • establishing and supporting platforms for dialogue, consultation and interaction between ceasefire stakeholders, and through increased engagement with and participation of affected communities;
  • contributing to meeting peace support needs under an agreed framework for the peace and national dialogue processes;
  • contributing to a strengthened role for women in peace-building in Myanmar and reducing the impact of violence and conflict upon the lives of women and girls; and
  • addressing and reducing inter-communal tensions and violence.

Focus - What We Fund

The Peace Support Fund (PSF) will provide funding to demand-driven, small-scaled and tailored initiatives which either:

  • provide direct, tangible support to the peace process; or
  • seek to directly contribute to a reduction in inter-communal violence.

Funded projects range in size and duration and focus on supporting cross-sectoral, political dialogue through, for instance, state and national level consultations, workshops, negotiation preparation and training, addressing peace information needs and similar initiatives. We invite proposals from a range of organisations, local, national and international, but especially encourage local initiatives and organisations. Projects must fall within the Criteria provided on the 'Apply' page.

At this time, initiatives must be planned for completion prior to September 2015.
If you are unsure, please contact us to make an inquiry.

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Who Provides the Funding?

Established in April 2014 with funding from the United Kingdom's Department for International Development as the primary donor, the Peace Support Fund seeks wherever possible to partner with other donors on individual projects. the initial round of funds available is (US) $3.5 million. The Peace Support Fund has been designed and structured to accommodate further donors to the fund itself and it’s projects, should there be the interest or requirement. The Peace Support Fund works closely with other donors to ensure there is strong coordination between the activities and initiatives funded and those already in place on the ground.



The Peace Support Fund has a full-time, Fund Management Team (FMT) based in Yangon who routinely visit our project sites. The Fund Management Team is there to assist with initial enquiries, the application process and to ensure effective implementation of projects. You will find all our details on the contact page. Please get in touch with us. We welcome your inquiries.

The Nordic International Support Foundation (NIS) provides administrative and technical support to the FMT. NIS is a Norwegian-registered, non-profit foundation engaged in stabilisation and reconciliation initiatives in conflict and post-conflict areas. NIS’ primary areas of intervention are institutional development, public service delivery, and conflict resolution.

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