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Showing posts with label Aid workers. Show all posts
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Sunday, May 9, 2021

People Displaced by Burma Army in Karen State Facing Crisis – Aid Workers Call for Food, Medicine, Clean Water to be Urgently Delivered

Karen News
07May 2021

Karen villagers bombed from their homes by airstrikes are in urgent need of food, warm clothing, medicine, sanitation and clean water. Adding to the difficulties of getting humanitarian aid to the displaced are official restrictions put in place by Thai authorities.

Karen Civil Society Organizations, delivering and providing assistance to people fleeing the Burma Army have confirmed about 7,000 Karen villagers from Papun district, northern Karen State are hiding in the Thai-Burma border area. The villages were destroyed by the Burma’s air force in retaliation for seizure of a military base on the 27th of April by the Karen National Liberation Army. It is estimated as many as 3,000 displaced Karen are reported to have fled into Thailand.

Saturday, May 11, 2019

Aid workers race to prepare Bangladesh’s Rohingya refugee camps for monsoon wind, rain.

reliefweb
10 May 2019

Refugees plant vetiver grass on sandy slopes to prevent monsoon-related landslides
© IOM

Cox’s Bazar – When Cyclone Fani – one of the most powerful Indian Ocean storms of the past decade – barrelled up the Bay of Bengal a week ago making landfall in northern India and western Bangladesh, it left 24 people dead, a trail of destruction and thousands displaced. Some 2.6 million people – a million in India and 1.6 million in Bangladesh – were evacuated from its path, potentially saving thousands of lives.

Friday, March 29, 2019

Aid workers fear cholera outbreak in Rakhine relief camps

MYANMAR NOW
By Khin Moh Moh Lwin
28/03/2019
Over 1,000 locals from 7 villages sought shelter in War Taung refugee camp located in Kyauk Taw Township in mid-January 2019 (Photo by Aung Nyein Chan/ Myanmar Now)

Thousands displaced by fighting between the Arakan Army and the Tatmadaw in Rakhine state face a possible cholera outbreak because of unsanitary conditions in relief camps, aid workers have warned.