The Free Burma Rangers (FBR) is a multi-ethnic and multi-faith humanitarian service movement working to bring help, hope and love to people in the conflict areas of Burma, Iraq, Syria, and Sudan. Working alongside indigenous pro-democracy groups, FBR trains, supplies and coordinates Ranger teams to help provide emergency medical care, shelter, food, clothing and human rights documentation. The Free Burma Rangers formed in Burma in 1997 and they are composed of people from different ethnic groups providing direct relief to communities most affected by the results of oppression. These teams are trained to provide medical care and counseling, while documenting and reporting human rights violations. Since its formation, more than 1000 missions have been conducted to assist over 1,500,000 people. Together with other organizations, more than 100 Free Burma Ranger relief teams bring help to people facing oppression.
The Free Burma Rangers collection contains twelve videos that document relief efforts, the daily life and testimonies of internally displaced people, relief team training, individual FBR relief workers, and the history of Burma. The documentary videos were produced by the Free Burma Rangers.
Please note that certain videos in the Free Burma Rangers collection contain graphic imagery.