Saturday, June 28, 2008

Ma dai-daw lekmat gara hku mai lu na. (Birth Certificate)

Malaysia mung shawa tsi rung kaba hta ma shangai la ngut nna, Ma Dai Daw lekmat (Birth Certificate) la mayu ai ni nga yang, Maju Junction Plaza kaw mai la ai. Lama nchye sa la ai rai yang PH.016-3223159 hpe matut mahkai n-na, Ma Dai-Daw lekmat hpe sa la ga.

Ma Dai Daw lekmat sa la ai ten Kanu yan Kawa lawm ra na. Mung shawa tsi rung kaw na jaw dat ai laika mai sau pa hte Mother and Child Care Center kaw na jaw dat ai laika pa ni lawm ra na.

Ma Dai Daw lekmat hpe shangai ai shani kaw na, n’htoi 30 ya laman hta lawan dik ai hku la ra na. N’htoi 40 ya lai mat ai rai yang, Ma a hkrang sumla 4x6 side langai, Ma a passport side sumla lahkawng, Kanu yan Kawa a passport sumla ni yawng lawm sa ra na. Wun pawng sha ni yawng rawt jat galu kaba wa mu ga law.

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Malaysia kaw, machyi makaw hkrum wa yang

Malaysia kaw du nga ai Jinghpaw Wunpawng amyu sha Nu, Wa ni yawng chye da ra ai gaw Machyi Makaw hkrum wa ten hta tsi rung tsi gawk n-chye sa ai rai yang anhte KRC rung de ading tawk matut mahkai wa marit. Anhte KRC gaw ACTS ngu ai NGO tsi gawk hte matut mahkai let Machyi masha ni hpe tsi tsi ya ai lam hpe galaw ya nga ga ai. ACTS gaw UN a lawu na tsi gawk langai mung rai nga ai. Tsi rung (sh) tsi gawk sa ai ten UN Card (sh) KRC Card lang sa ra na.

Hka la n-ba hkrum wa ai ten, byin ai hte rau byin ai shara kaw na KRC rung de shiga shawng shana wa marit. Malaysia mung shawa tsi rung kaba hta Machyi Makaw hkrum na tsi tsi la ra ai rai yang tsi rung shang shabrai (Deposit) gaw RM 400-800 rai nga ai. RM 400 gaw grai nsawng ai ana ni a matu rai n-na, RM 800 gaw grai sawng ai ana, Ga shadawn- Ga lajang ra na ana ni a matu rai nga ai.

Ma hkum ni shata manga du wa yang shawng n-nan, Ma hte Kanu tsi gawk (sh) Mother and Child Care Center kaw shawng register galaw ma hkum hpe ap da ra ai. Dai hpang UN lekmat n-lu shi ai ni gaw dai Ma Hkum ap ai laika pa hte UN rung kaw appointment shang la ra ai. Dai hpang Ma Shangai na ten ni wa yang Malaysia Mungdan Mung shawa tsi rung kaba kaw shangai la mai ai. Tsi rung sa ai shaloi madu nga ai n’ta hkring dat la sa wa marit. Matut mahkai mai ai Hkringdat ni,


Ph . Setapak
- 016-3223601
- 016-3223204

Bukit Bintang
- 03-21450430
- 016-3223159

“ACTS Tsi Jaw Gawk Hkring dat”


ACTS Clinic @ Brickfeilds
44A Jalan Padang Belia, Brickfeilds
50470, Kaula Lumpur
Tel: 03 – 22722585

Clinic Times

Monday to Thursday
9:30am to 1pm
2pm to 5pm

Sunday
9pm to 1pm

Registrations
9:30am to 11:30am
2pm to 3pm

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Wednesday, June 25, 2008

More than 30,000 Burmese Refugees Resettled

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS / BANGKOK
Wednesday, June 25, 2008

More than 30,000 Burmese refugees living in camps in Thailand have been sent to third countries in what the United Nations said on Wednesday had become the world's largest refugee resettlement operation.

Most of the refugees are ethnic Karen people who had been sheltered in nine refugee camps along the Thai-Burmese border.

The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that 30,144 refugees have left Thailand to start new lives abroad since the resettlement operation began in January 2005. But the camps remain home to 123,500 refugees and asylum-seekers.

“Some of the refugees have been here for nearly two decades,” UNHCR regional representative Raymond Hall said on Wednesday. “Some were born in refugee camps, grew up there and are now raising their own families in refugee camps. For them resettlement offers a way out of the camps and the opportunity for a fresh start in life.”

The UN and human rights groups say that over the years the Burmese army has burned villages, killed civilians and committed other atrocities against the Karen, who have long fought for autonomy from the central government.

Some activists have charged that Burma’s ruling junta is waging a genocidal campaign against the Karen and other rebel ethnic groups.

Hall said prospects for the refugees to return to Burma or settle permanently in Thailand were dim. Nearly 21,500 of the resettled refugees have gone to the United States, while Australia has received 3,400 and Canada 2,600.

Other resettlement countries are Finland, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom. Burmese refugees are now leaving Thailand for resettlement at an average rate of more than 300 a week, the UNHCR said.

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Friday, June 20, 2008

Malaysia du myu bawsang ni yawng gumhpawn n-na "Mungkan Tsin Yam N-htoi" (World Refugee Day) hpe galaw

Malaysia du myu bawsang yawng gumhpawn n-na "Mungkan Tsin Yam N-Htoi" (World Refugee Day) hpe 20.6.2008 kaw a ngwi a pyaw sha galaw la ngut sai hku re. N-dai hpawng hta, saw shaga da ai UNHCR, NGO, Shiga Dap ni kaw n-na myitsu ni mung sa du dung lawm mat wa ai hku re.

UNHCR a gawng malai, Protection Manager hku n-na sa du dung lawm lai mat wa sai hku re. 3:00pm kaw na 3:45pm daram gaw, shiga dap ni hpe, san lang dan ai lam galaw n-htawm, dai hpang gaw, World Refugee Day hpe, NGO kaw na myitsu langai, Pha`-Kyoe rep di ya let hpawng hpe hpaw hpang wa sai hku re. Dai hpang, World Refugee Day Statement hpe, Mon refugee committee kaw na myit su wa hku n-na, du sa ai ni yawng hpe hti dan, sang lang dan mat wa ai hpe mu lu ai.

Dai hpang gaw, a myu baw sang shagu a, htung hkying ka (Culture Dance) ni hte, du sa ai myitsu ni hpe ka manawt dan lai mat wa sai hku re. Langai hte Langai n-gun ni jaw hkat, tsin yam masha ni yawng mung, ngwi pyaw la ai, myi man n-sam ni hte world refugee day hpe K.K a shaman chyeju a majaw a-ngwi a-pyaw sha galaw la ngut sai lam, KRC kaw n-na shana dat ga ai.


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Sunday, June 15, 2008

KRC hpe Karai Kasang hpang de' a kyu hpyi apnawng hpawng galaw

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Saturday, June 7, 2008

Refugee ni hpe hkap la ai madang jahpan (ACR news kaw na re)


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