About Myanmar Heart Development Organization

A Brief History of MHDO: Myanmar’s Heart Development Organization is one of the registered local/national NGOs in Myanmar which has found in June 6, 2006 and formally formed in December 2009 by eight volunteers. This organization is based on love and peace for everyone in Myanmar community by empowering them to perform work effectively and efficiently as a good citizen MHDO was initiated in 2006, with a very low profile and self-supporting and run by individual donation, eight founders fill up the gaps and establish to do an effective community development in remote areas where there were very far away to access support from other organizations.. [ read more ]


Bridge and Jetty Constructions for community economic and livelihood access especially focus on smooth and safe transportation.

Non – Formal Education

The projects and program implemented under the label of ‘non-formal education’ are very diverse in scope including various kinds of….

WASH Programs

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WASH Programs focus on imporving community health, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene promotion, Health awareness…


Livelihood program is fundamental in providing for stable and self-sustaining life in a community. Positive impact is directly seen in…


MHDO is committed to provide assistance in chronic/ crisis situations and it works towards resolution and long-term sustainability.

Contact us

No 740, Damazaydi Street, 45 Ward,
North Dagon Township, Yangon, Myanmar.
+95 9 8575939, +95 9 73050913

Our Supporting Partners / Donors

Recent Projects We Done

MHDO then concentrated its activities in Myaung Mya District and Pyinsalu Sub-Township in Labutta District. Again in 2008, Cyclone Nargis struck on Myanmar at that time MHDO’s core members have several Cyclone Nargis related projects assisting with food distribution, primary healthcare, water/sanitation and hygiene activities, and shelter construction for cyclone victims.