The Free Burma Rangers (FBR) is a multi-ethnic humanitarian service movement. They bring help, hope and love to people in the war zones of Burma. FBR teams are largely made up of members of the ethnic nationalities to whom the FBR directs its aid efforts. The profiles below highlight the lives of some of these outstanding FBR team members.

A Story of a Rangers Time in Prison

FBR REPORT: A Story of a Ranger’s Time in Prison Arakan State, Burma. 17 April, 2010.

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Eliya Samson, First Ranger

FBR REPORT: Eliya Samson, First Ranger Karen State, Burma. September, 2008.

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FBR Profile: Doh Say

FBR Profile: Doh Say Karen State, Burma 24 October, 2008.

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Story of a Shan Ranger

FBR Report: Story of a Shan Ranger Shan State, Burma13 September, 2012. This is one of a series of profiles and stories of FBR ethnic team leaders.

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Team Profiles: Hsa Kae’s Story

From an interview with Hsa Kae, a Karen female medic from the Southern Karen area of Burma, who describes what happened to her when she was 16 years old.

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