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Saturday, March 15, 2014

KRC shiga shanan March 2014 Kualalumpur


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Sunday, December 22, 2013









Myu sha lam yan hta uhpung karan gyin hka ai lam nnga sha ya na zawn hpu nau ni shada myit hkrum zuphpawng ai lam galaw la lu ai gaw grai hkrak ai lamang langai nan rai sai ngu hkam la saga ai.



Gum San NSang with Ja Brang and Krc Shiga
UNHCR Malaysia Lithkam hpe KRC hte Kachin Alliance hku sa hkrum ten hta.

UNHCR Malaysia Lithkam hpe KRC hte Kachin Alliance hku sa hkrum ten hta.

Malaysia du Kachin ni Myusha lam yan hkrum zup Bawng ban 
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22.12.2013 ya sha na dai na de(10:30 pm)aten kaw na ya du hkra Malaysia Mungdan , K.L Bukitpingtang, lawk Janlan Alor kaw na "Sut Ngai,"Jinghpaw Lusha seng hta e Malaysia mung dan kaw sha nu nga ai Kachin myu sha ni hpe Ka Nu Myen mung dan kaw na du sa ai -Wa Jau Paul N Pau Zau Lat hte Wa Jau Joseph Ja Yaw yan hte Rev Sara Labya La Seng ni kawn Myu Sha Lam Yan hte Seng n na bawng ban,Lak jet jaw la mang ni ga law nga ai lam chye lu ai. Zup hpawng gaw ya ten du hkra ga law nga ding yang naw re . Zup hpawng shiga ni hpe matut nnan sha na ya na ga ai.
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Photo: Malay kaw du nga ai myit rum ni rau.


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Monday, October 7, 2013

Blue Eye, Kachin Refugee

ေဂ်ယန္႔ဒုကၡသည္စခန္းက အျပာေရာင္မ်က္လုံးပုိင္ရွင္ေလး


Jeyang-idp-child-with-blue-eyes-Dingring-Seng-Lu-Awng
ေဂ်ယန္႔ဒုကၡသည္စခန္းက ထူးဆန္းတဲ့ အျဖာေရာင္ မ်က္လုံးပိုင္ရွင္ ၂ႏွစ္အရြယ္ မိန္းကေလးငယ္ Dingring Seng Lu Awng
တရုတ္-ျမန္မာနယ္စပ္ ကခ်င္လြတ္ေျမာက္ေရးအဖြဲ႔ (KIO) ဌာနခ်ဳပ္ လိုင္ဇာျမိဳ႕အနီးရွိ ေဂ်ယန္႔ (Je Yang)  ဒုကၡသည္စခန္းတြင္ထူးျခားေသာ အျပာေရာင္မ်က္လုံးပုိင္ရွင္ ၂ ႏွစ္ အရြယ္ မိန္းကေလးငယ္တဦး ခိုလႈံေနေၾကာင္း သိရသည္။

အဆိုပါ ေဂ်ယန္႔ဒုကၡသည္စခန္းတြင္ခုိလႈံေနေသာ မဒိန္ရိန္ဆိုင္းလုေအာင္သည္ ေမြးစကတည္းက မ်က္ဆံအိမ္အျပာေရာင္ျဖစ္ျပီး ၄ ေယာက္ေျမာက္သမီးျဖစ္ေၾကာင္း၊ ကေလးငယ္၏ အျပဳအမူမ်ားသည္ အျခားကေလးမ်ားထက္ ထူးျခားမႈရွိေၾကာင္း မိခင္ျဖစ္သူ ေဒၚလေထာ္ရြယ္ဂ်ီး ကခ်င္သတင္းဌာနသို႔ ေျပာသည္။

“သူ႔မ်က္လုံးက သူအစ္ကို၊ အစ္မေတြနဲ႔မတူဘူး  အျပာေရာင္ဟုတ္တယ္။ သူတေယာက္ထဲပဲ အဲလိုျဖစ္ ေနတာ၊ ဘာပစၥည္းျဖစ္ျဖစ္မ်က္လုံးနဲ႔အာရုဏ္စိုက္ၾကည့္ျပီး ေဆာ့ကစားတယ္။ စကားေတာ့ မေျပာေသးဘူး ဒါမဲ့အခု လမ္းေတာ့ေလ်ွာက္ႏိုင္ျပီ၊ က်မေခၚတာ အခုခ်ိန္ထိသူမၾကားေသးဘူး အသံေတြကို နားမလည္ဘူး နားမၾကားဘူးထင္တယ္” ဟု ေျပာသည္။

အျပာေရာင္မ်က္လုံးပုိင္ရွင္ မ ဒိန္ရိန္ဆိုင္းလုေအာင္သည္ ၁ ႏွစ္အရြယ္ထိ သာမန္ကေလးမ်ားႏွင့္မတူဘဲ ကိုယ္ေပ်ာ့ေနျပီး ေခါင္းမေထာင္ႏိုင္ျခင္းေၾကာင့္ မိခင္ရင္ဘတ္ဖက္သာ ပိုးရေၾကာင္းသိရသည္။

မိခင္သည္ ကေလးငယ္ မ်က္စိျမင္ေနရေသာ္လည္း နားေလးေနျခင္းေၾကာင့္ ျမစ္ၾကီးနားေဆးရုံသုိ႔ ျပသ ကုသေပးခ်င္ေသာ္လည္း ေငြေၾကးျပႆနာရွိေသာေၾကာင့္ မသြားႏိုင္ေသးေၾကာင္းေျပာသည္။

ေဂ်ယန္႔ဒုကၡသည္စခန္းမွ က်န္းမာေရးတာ၀န္ရွိသူမ်ားက အဆိုပါ ကေလးငယ္၏ မ်က္လုံးႏွင့္ပတ္သက္၍ ေရာဂါဟုတ္မဟုတ္မခန္႔မွန္းႏိုင္ေသးေသာေၾကာင့္  ဒုကၡသည္မ်ားကူညီသည့္ က်န္းမာေရးအဖြဲ႔မွ ဆရာဝန္ၾကီးမ်ားလာေရာက္ခ်ိန္တြင္ ျပသေပးရန္ရွိေၾကာင္း ေဂ်ယန္႔ဒုကၡသည္က်န္းမာေရးတာဝန္ခံ လဘန္ေနာ္ဂ်ာ ကခ်င္သတင္းဌာနသို႔ေျပာသည္။

“သူ႔မ်က္ဆံထဲမွာ စိန္ပြင့္လိုရွိေနတာေလ၊ မ်က္စိေတာ့ အရမ္းေကာင္းတယ္။ သူမ်က္ဆံအိမ္က ဘယ္သူ႔ ကေလးနဲ႔မွ မတူဘူး သာမန္မ်က္စိထက္ပိုျမင္မယ္လို႔ထင္တယ္ အရမ္းထူးဆန္းတယ္ အထဲက အရည္ကိုက ျပာေနတာ”

ယခုခ်ိန္ ကေလးငယ္၏ ထူးျခားမႈႏွင့္ စကားမေျပာေသးႏိုင္ျခင္းကို ေဂ်ယန္႔က်န္းမာေရးစခန္းတြင္ စမ္းသပ္ရန္ မ်က္စိႏွင့္ ဆိုင္သည့္ ကရိယာမ်ားမရိွျခင္းေၾကာင့္ စစ္ေဆးမႈမလုပ္ႏိုင္ေၾကာင္း ေျပာသည္။

၄င္းကေလးငယ္ကို ကုိယ္၀န္လြယ္ထားခဲ့ခ်ိန္ လိုင္ဇာအနီးတိုက္ပြဲမ်ားျဖစ္ပြားလာေသာေၾကာင့္ မိသားစုမ်ား နမ္ဆန္ယန္ ေအာင္ဂ်ာရြာမွ ေဂ်ယန္႔ စစ္ေျပးဒုကၡသည္စခန္းသို႔ အလန္႔တၾကား ထြက္ေျပးတိမ္းေရွာင္ခဲ့ရျပီး စိတ္ပုိင္းဆုိင္ရာစိုးရိမ္မႈ၊ အားငယ္မႈမ်ား ရင္ဆိုင္ခဲ့ရသည္ဟု မိခင္ျဖစ္သူ ေဒၚလေထာ္ရြယ္ဂ်ီးေျပာသည္။

အစိုးရႏွင့္ ကခ်င္လြတ္ေျမာက္ေရးတပ္ဖြဲ႔ KIA ၾကား ၂၀၁၁ ခုႏွစ္ကတည္းက တိုက္ပြဲျဖစ္ပြားခဲ့ရာ ယခုခ်ိန္ထိ တိုက္ပြဲမ်ားရပ္စဲသြားျခင္းမရွိေသးေသာေၾကာင့္ ဒုကၡသည္မ်ားေနရပ္သုိ႔ျပန္ႏိုင္ရန္ အလွမ္းေ၀းေနဆဲလည္းျဖစ္ေၾကာင္း ဒုကၡသည္ၾကည့္ရႈသူမ်ားကေျပာသည္။
By KNG

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UN registration jaw na


Krc Shiga

Tsawra ai KRC hpung shang masha ni hpang de shana dat ai.
FGA Kuchai Lama kaw UN jaw ai lam hta anhte KRC hpung shang masha ni a matu nhtoi ( 08,09,10,11,16 October, 2013 ) ni hta jaw mat wa na re.

 Nhtoi 11- October-2010 shani hta gaw anhte KRC hpung shang masha ni a matu lak san jaw na re majaw KRC number 7701 du hkra lawm ai re. 

Tinang hte seng ai (data) ni hpe KRC Rung kaw lawan sa jep la nna UN jaw ai shara kaw jahpawt hkying 5 am daram kaw du hkra shakut sa nna sa htai la ga. 

Manang ni hpe ndai shiga hpe shalai ya ga. Grai chyeju kaba sai.

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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Thursday, September 5, 2013

KRC 10th ning hpring chyeju shakawn poi ( 2003-2013 )


KRC 10th ning hpring chyeju shakawn poi hpe a pyaw sha galaw

Malaysia kaw masha ni kade ram hkrit tsang ra nga tim anhte Wunpawng myu sha ni gaw Karai Kasang a chyeju n-pu hta asuya Hpyen du, Gyijum salang ni hte KRC 10th ning hpring chyeju shakawn poi hpe a pyaw sha daini galaw la lu saga ai. 05.09.2013, KL.

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Sunday, July 21, 2013

Jinghpaw Htung Hking Ginjaw kaw na myit su salang ni Malaysia de du

Myitkyina Jinghpaw Htung Hking Ginjaw kaw na Malaysia kaw nga myu sha ni hpe Htung Hking lam azin ayang shata mi tup sharin ya na matu saw shaga ai hte maren EC Ningbaw Slg Walu Sin Wa Zau hte Amu Madu Slg Hpare Ying Ting du nga sai re.

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Sunday, March 3, 2013

Fund raising for Kachin refugees?IDP


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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Still war in kachin state


Kachin Tragedy, by Zen Myat by YPF09
Kachin Tragedy, by Zen Myat
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Kachin Tragedy, by Zen Myat, is an exclusive story about the unknown war between the KIA (Kachin Independence Army) and the Myanmar army at the Chinese border.

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Friday, February 17, 2012

CRACKDOWN ON MIGRANTS & REFUGEES in MALAYSIA/URGENT ALERT

Dear Katrina,

Thank you sharing with us the updated situation and collective action in Malaysia.
In solidarity.
Veerawit Tianchainan/Founder and Executive Director /Thai Committee for Refugees Foundation (TCR)
Chair, Southeast Asia Working Group, Asia-Pacific Refugees Rights Network
(APRRN)

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The mass arrests & detention of migrants, refugees and stateless persons in
Malaysia has begun.

4 million Malaysians have been mobilized to seek out, arrest, detain and
deport any migrant found to be undocumented in Malaysia. Out of this, 2.8
million are ordinary citizens with no proper training (RELA Volunteer
Corp), while the remaining 1 million are Immigration officers, police, the
military and other enforcement agencies.

*Key concerns: *

   - Detention and deportation of refugees, stateless persons, trafficked
   victims & other vulnerable populations including children
   - Use of violence  by enforcement officers during raids, arrests &
   detention
   - Violation of rights during arrests & detention : i.e. no access to
   lawyers, phone call to family, deprivation of basic needs, etc

* In order to monitor and respond to this crackdown, several hotline
numbers have been set up:*

   - Tenaganita (temporary hotline) :

·         +6-012-339 5350

·         +6-012-335 0512

   - MSRI (hotline for refugees & asylum seekers): *+6-012-6628483*
   - SUARAM: +6-03-7784 3525

Please send information about raids, rights violations during this
crackdown or any other relevant information to: *raidwatch[at]gmail.com *

* *

*Media contact: *Irene Fernandez (Tenaganita):

   - irene.f[at]tenaganita.net
   - +6-012-316 3011

* Background *

The arrest, detention & deportation of undocumented migrants is the final
phase of the Malaysian government’s Illegal Immigrant Comprehensive
Settlement Programme (6P Programme, “6P”) In spite of the Secretary-General
of the Home Ministry, Tan Sri Mahmood Adam’s declaration that the deadline
for the 6P has been extended to April 10 2012, we have already started
receiving reports of arrests and detention.

On 11th of February, we were informed by refugees and members of the public
that a raid was conducted in Kuala Lumpur, during which between 100 to 200
migrants and refugees were detained. We are aware that some refugees were
taken to detention centres, while the whereabouts of others are currently
unknown.

In previous Immigration crackdowns (2005 ; 2008) there was high use of
violence against the migrants, migrants were not granted access to a phone
call, or to lawyers ; we fear that similar (if not worse) rights violations
will also take place during this crackdown.

We are also especially concerned for the lives of refugees & stateless
persons (who remain ‘illegal’ under Malaysian law) and for victims of
trafficking who will be arrested, detained and run the risk of deportation
during this crackdown. We are not aware of any processes in place to
protect these populations, and the refugees who are still in detention
after being arrested on the 11th is a reminder of these real threats.

In order to protect the rights and lives of migrants and refugees, we call
on all parties to be vigilant and assist us in monitoring and responding to
this crackdown.

**PLEASE CIRCULATE WIDELY *

--
Katrina Jorene Maliamauv
TENAGANITA SDN BHD
38, Jalan Gasing, 46000, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
Tel: +603 7770 3691 / 7770 3671
Fax: +603 7770 3681
By:http://www.facebook.com/tenaganita

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Sunday, February 5, 2012

FBR REPORT: Burma Army continues attacks, burns houses and kills one man and two women; over 40,000 Kachin people now displaced by attacks and more ++


KEY DEVELOPMENTS
  • The Burma Army is currently attacking within six miles of Mai Ja Yang, a city in Kachin State that is a refuge for over 1,000 displaced people
  • The Burma Army is firing an average of 100 mortar rounds per day into this area and is receiving reinforcements.
  • Over 40,000 Kachin people now displaced by attacks and more are preparing to run.

WARNING: This report contains graphic images that may be disturbing to some readers.

Attack on Mai Ja Yang city and IDP site

The Burma Army is currently attacking within six miles of Mai Ja Yang, a city and a refuge for over 1,000 displaced people who fled from other areas since fighting started in June 2011. Everyone in the town has their bags packed and are ready to flee. On 13 January 2012, 60 elderly people who are unable to walk were taken by car to a new Internally Displaced Person (IDP) site. The Burma Army is firing an average of 100 mortar rounds per day and is receiving reinforcements.


Burma Army Division 88 and LIB 321, under the control of the Southern Division, have two camps close to Mai Ja Yang: Yaw Yawng and Kawng Lawt Camps. In Mai Ja Yang there are two IDP camps: Ung Lung and Gat Pa, which have accommodated displaced people since July 2011 and now house over 1,000 IDPs in total.


In the same area, on 12 January 2012, Division 88 and Light Infantry Battalion (LIB) 321 shot a villager named Mi San, age 40 and a father of three, from Kawng Nan Village, Lwe Je Township. He was returning from his farm when he met the Burma Army troops. They arrested him, tied his hands, and made him walk in front of the soldiers to show the way. After one Burma Army soldier stepped on a landmine, the soldiers became angry and shot Mi San. The bullet went through his mouth and out the back. The KIA (Kachin Independence Army; pro-democracy ethnic resistance) found his body and started to burn the body, but Burma Army soldiers began shooting, forcing the KIA to leave the site. The Burma Army is telling local villagers that KIA killed Mi San.

Because of ongoing fighting in the area, 4,000 people from around Lwe Je have fled to Laying IDP Camp on the international border. This camp now contains 8,000 displaced people. Major needs are not enough toilets or plastic sheeting for roofs.

Fighting and IDPs near Mai Ja Yang
Villager Mi San shot by Burma Army

Two women killed and two men injured by Burma Army in KIA 2nd Brigade area

Burma Army Light Infantry Battalions (LIB) 389 and 390 shot and killed two women between Nam Ya and Seng Hpra Villages in the KIA's 2nd Brigade area on 11 January 2012. Their names were Lgwi Ying Yawm, 17 years old, and Gawlu Lu Seng, aged 18.

As Burma Army LIB 388 passed Mung Maw Village while traveling from Ba Maw to Seng Lum, a tire exploded nearby. Apparently believing it was an attack, the Burma Army troops fired into the village injuring two ethnic Shan men: Min Min, 26, and Nyi Htwi, age 30.


Attack on Prangatung Village


Burma Army Division 88, with about 300 soldiers, entered Prangatung Village on 7 December 2011 after fighting with KIA Battalion 15. They burned three houses; the owners of the houses were Jang Ma Anaw (the village headman), Jang Ma Sharoi and Maru Dau Lum. This is the second time that Jang Ma Anaw's house was burned by the Burma Army; the first time was in 1993 in Mung Hka Village.

Villagers had originally fled this village in June when fighting first began, then later returned to their homes but fled again on 17 November 2011. There are 67 houses in the village, of which almost all were plundered and household items destroyed. All the farm animals were killed. The village contained approximately 300 villagers who fled to Wa Ra Pa, Je Gau Pa, Seng Mai Pa, Bum Rim Zup, and Mai Ja Yang IDP camps.


After the Burma Army troops left Prangatung Village, they went to reinforce the second group of Division 88 in Maruyinsun Village on 9 December 2011. Burma Army troops withdrew from the village after fighting KIA troops defending the village. Before the Burma Army left they burned one house in Maruyinsun Village. Jang Ma Braung Nan, the house owner, lost 40 sacks of rice he had stored, which were either eaten or burned by the Burma Army.


The Burma Army continued to Den Woi and then on to Lwe Je. Two other groups from Mo Maw reinforced this group at Lwe Je. All these units are now involved in the attack on Mai Ja Yang.

One of three burned homes in Prangatung Village
Home ransacked by Burma Army in Prangatung Village
Jang Ma Braung Nan's burned home in Maruyinsun Village

Attack on Nam Lim Hpa Village

Note: This attack was previously documented by Partners Relief and Development and included in a previous report. The following is independent documentation from a Free Burma Ranger team that visited the village in early January 2012.

Burma Army IB 276 and Battalion 74, with a combined strength between 180 and 200 soldiers, attacked Nam Lim Hpa Village on 8 October 2011 at 11:30 am. First they shot 60mm and 81mm mortar rounds as well as small arms into the village causing the
villagers to flee. Three of the houses were damaged by mortars and four people were killed in the attack:

1. Palai Nan Naw, a 9-year-old boy, was hit in the chest by mortar shrapnel. He was killed on 8 October 2011 at 11:30 am.

2. Pausa Naw Din, age 17, was killed on 8 October 2011 at 11:00 am. He was shot by the Burma Army as they entered the village.

3. Brang Nan, age 34, was killed on 9 October 2011 at 11:00 pm. He was shot by a Burma Army patrol on the road as he was returning to the village.

4. Wa Je Myuli, age 17, was killed on 9 October 2011 at 11:00 pm; shot by a Burma Army patrol on the road as he was returning to the village.

House damaged from mortar

During the attack, the Burma Army locked 33 village women and 6 babies in the pastor's house behind the church, and locked 20 men in the church. The women were forced to cook for the Burma Army. Some of the men were beaten in the church. The hostages were freed after 11 days except for 5 men who were taken to Si U Burma Army camp. They were freed after 2 weeks.

The BA burned a house belonging to Lah Pai Sham Lum, age 61, on 8 October 2011. He began building his house again near Hka Hpraw IDP camp along with one of his daughters and one grandson. During the process of building his new house his grandson died of malaria. He buried his grandson near the new house. However the man was so saddened by his grandson's death that he couldn't stay at the new location and moved 300 meters to another location in the jungle.

Nam Lim Hpa Burned House

The village headman was not well and before the village was attacked he went to Ba Maw Town to get treatment. After the attack on the village the Burma Army knew the headman was in Ba Maw and went to see him. They told the village headman that the village was attacked because there was 50 KIA soldiers in the village. He was told that the villagers that were hurt and killed were not the fault of the Burma Army; they were just caught in the middle of the fight. Even though the attack happened on 8 October they told the headman that the fighting started on the 9th because that was when the KIA arrived in the village. They made a list of what they claimed had happened and had the headman sign it. They told him to go back to the village and collect the headmaster and other village leaders to make a proper report and then give it to the authorities so the blame wouldn't be on the Burma Army. The headman returned to the village but did not make the report after the villagers told him what had actually happened.

Before the attack there were 1,800 villagers in 286 houses in Nam Lim Hpa Village. 1,400 villagers fled to Ba Maw Town, but there are still 400 people in the jungle near the village. These 400 villagers have divided into 3 camps. The major sicknesses in the camps are malaria and diarrhea. Two villagers who are medics are caring for the people but only have a little medicine. Villagers are still able to work their farms but then return to sleep in the jungle because they are afraid the Burma Army may return.


Attack on Nam Hpu Village

Battalion 105/47 containing 220 soldiers attacked Nam Hpu Village on 16 July 2011. The villagers fled to Bhamo and IDP
camps. There are a very few families that are living in the jungle near the village. Some of the villagers returned back to the village to check on their houses and belongings. Two or three of the 20 houses had been ransacked.

Burma Army forces Maji Gung villagers to carry loads

Four men from Maji Gung Village were captured by Division 99, which has 156 soldiers. These men were used as porters to carry weapons and ammunition. Their names are:

1. Hpakawn Yaw Han aged 55. Has a family of 7 children.
2. Maran La Sam aged 21.
3. Hpakawn Tang Gun aged 19.
4. Hpauyam Da Wi aged 37.

Men forced to porter for Burma Army

Current Overall Situation of Displaced People

Since the fighting started on 9 June 2011 some 40,485 Kachin villagers have fled to Internally Displaced Person (IDP) camps on the international border due to fighting. There is an unknown number of IDPs who have not made it to camps yet and are still in the jungle or have fled to major cities to live with relatives. The IDP camps along the border are as listed below:

  • Laiza area:12,104 displaced people
  • Laisen area: 1,642 displaced people
  • Sadaung area: 5,803 displaced people
  • North Division: 1,662 displaced people
  • Eastern Division: 16,635 displaced people
  • Western Division: 2,328 displaced people
  • Southern Division: 311 displaced people

Most of the aid for these villagers comes from the Kachin Independence Organization (KIO -- pro-democracy ethnic resistance), local Chinese and Kachin businessmen, a Kachin church-based humanitarian group called Wunpawng Ninghtoi, and Partners Relief and Development.

A large number of IDPs have fled to the cities as they are not able to get to the border camps. The Burma Army has set up a camp for these IDPs in the Nam Kham area which is in the 4th Brigade area of the KIA (Kachin Independence Army; defense wing of the KIO). It is not known how many IDPs are in this camp. Burmese President Thein Sein gave the order for these people to all return home because there is no longer any fighting. The IDPs do not believe him and are refusing to return to their villages. However, some IDPs have been taken in by church groups which is a much better situation for them.

There are more displaced people hiding in the jungle in KIA 4th Brigade area, however no one is able to reach them due to Burma Army activity.

Overview of Burma Army Activity

According to KIA records there were 161 battles between the KIA and the Burma Army during December. Since the fighting began on 9 June 2011 there have been 910 recorded battles. The Burma Army continues to reinforce their camps. There are currently 105 Burma Army battalions consisting of 12,075 soldiers in Kachin State. In addition to rifles, the Burma Army is using artillery and rocket-propelled grenade launchers. The most severe fighting is currently around Ya Krung, Chying Ling, Di Ma Mahkrai, Hu Mung and Sama Lamshe Villages, all in different parts of Kachin State. The Burma Army is building camps at Pakang, Sampai, Wuhtau, Lahpai, Talawgyi, Sinlum (a major artillery position) and Nam Lek.

God bless you,

Kachin Free Burma Ranger team

The Free Burma Rangers’ (FBR) mission is to provide hope, help and love to internally displaced people inside Burma, regardless of ethnicity or religion. Using a network of indigenous field teams, FBR reports on human rights abuses, casualties and the humanitarian needs of people who are under the oppression of the Burma Army. FBR provides medical, spiritual and educational resources for IDP communities as they struggle to survive Burmese military attacks.

For more information, please visit www.freeburmarangers.org

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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Kachin Refugee IDP




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Let us remember that how Kachin refugees are suffering

Let us remember that how Kachin refugees are suffering and facing difficulties at civil war, Kachin State in Myanmar country. Civilians are shortages food and medical treatment. They are helpless situation. Please do PRAY for peace and ceasefire.

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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Goi ye--Wunpawng sha ni e--(Kachin refugee Kachin land)

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Sunday, September 4, 2011

BURMA ROAD TO DEMOCRACY


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