#myanmar #burma #Refugee #camp #construction in #northern #Laiza

HPARE HPYENYEN DABANG
KBC Ginjaw kaw nna Hpare hpyen yen dabang de wa du gawan. Jawngma 260 jan hpe palawng kumhpa jaw da sai.Magam dap shagu na magam gun ni hte hpungwoi ni yawng hpe n gun jaw da lu sai
10562546_1518995711645583_668449211359563995_o10504919_1518999761645178_4288211896969260303_o10535751_1518999284978559_3197314721640240055_o10556870_1518995654978922_5754979060398166631_o

(ခ.လ.ရ-၁၂၃)တပ္ရင္းမွဴ း မွ မွႈဆယ္KBC,
==========================
စစ္ေျပးဒုကၡသည္ စခန္းသို႔ ဆန္ ႏွင္႔ ဆီမ်ား
==========================
လာေရာက္လွဴ ဒါန္း
===========
Myen Hpyen Du Ni Muse IDP Camp de
=============================
N gu hte Sau Sa Garum
=================
(by-Lachid Kachin)
ရွမ္းျပည္နယ္ ေျမာက္ပိုင္း၊ တရုတ္-ျမန္မာ နယ္စပ္ မွႈဆယ္ ျမိဳ႕ ရွိ
KBC, ကခ်င္ ႏွစ္ျခင္း ခရစ္ယာန္ အသင္းေတာ္ ၏ စစ္ေျပးဒုကၡသည္
စခန္းသို႔ ျမန္မာ စစ္တပ္အရာရွိ မ်ားမွ ဆန္ ႏွင္႔ ဆီ အခ်ိဳ႕ အား
လာေရာက္လွဴ ဒန္းေၾကာင္း သတင္းရရွိပါသည္။

(၃၀.၇.၂၀၁၄) ရက္ေန႔ မြန္းတည္႔ (၁၂း၀၀) နာရီ အခ်ိန္ နမ္႔ဖတ္ကာ
အေျခစိုက္ ျမန္မာ စစ္တပ္ (ခ.လ.ရ-၁၂၃) တပ္မွ တပ္ရင္းမွဴ း ဒုဗိုလ္မွဴ းၾကီး ေအာင္ေက်ာ္ထြန္း မွ မွႈဆယ္ျမိဳ႕ရွိ KBC စစ္ေျပးဒုကၡသည္ စခန္းသို႔ ေရာက္ရွိလာျပီး စခန္းရွိ ဒုကၡသည္ မ်ားအား လာေရာက္ အားေပးႏုတ္ဆက္ကာ၊၄င္းတို႔ စစ္တပ္ မွ ျပစ္မွား က်ဴ းလြန္မိ ေသာ
အျပစ္မ်ား အား မွတ္ မထားဘဲ ခြင္႔လႊတ္ ေပးရန္ၾကပါရန္ လာေရာက္
ေတာင္းပန္ ေျပာဆိုသြားေၾကာင္းသိရွိရပါသည္။

ထို႔ ေနာက္ တပ္ရင္းမွဴ းမွ စစ္ေျပးဒုကၡသည္မ်ား အတြက္ ဆန္အိတ္
(၃၉)အိတ္ ႏွင္႔ စားဆီ (၃၆)ပိသာ တို႔ အား လာေရာက္ လွဴ ဒါန္း
သြားေၾကာင္း စခန္း တာ၀န္ရွိသူမ်ားထံမွ သတင္းရရွိပါသည္။

JEYANG IDP CAMP GAWAN DU SAI.
Sharut gyi ai majaw si hkrung si htan hte yawn hkyen hkrum hkra nga ai Je yang hpyen yen dabang de KBC Ginjaw hku nna sa du gawan let yawn hkyen hkrum ai dinghku masha ni hpe,shalan shabran n gun jaw, karum kahtau ai lam galaw lu sai.
Ya ten hta marang htu, hka kaba ai ten re majaw matut nna hkrit tsang ra na shara kaw nga ai nta, sum ni hpe htawt sit let grai naw jamjau nga ma ai. Lanawn lakawn komiti ni hku nna grai shakut let sum nnan ni gap nga ma ai
1015978_1519008118311009_125938351870892342_o10498130_1519008504977637_8165490817307032652_o10359158_1519008051644349_2381561935376734987_n10506882_1519008418310979_7423424999440996473_o10496965_1519009224977565_4330078269205720384_o

A new refugee camp is under construction at MongLai Hill, located north of Laiza Township, Kachin State, according to Save the War Victims Committee.
The camp will be the temporary shelter for 50 returned families of war victims fled across Narwan border area to China.
China is sending back the refugees who have sought safe haven due to the renewed fighting between the government and the Kachin Independence Army since 2011.
“In March, the Chinese told me to pick up our war victims. We agreed to the request. We would relocate some 140 war victims from 50 families to the newly-built camp, located in Narwan area of China, said Dwe Pe Hsar, chairperson of the committee.
He said his committee had no option but to comply with the Chinese request even though it was facing a difficult financial situation. This was the reason why the committee had to seek financial assistance from Mitta Foundation for the camp construction, he added.
The construction is expected to complete by next month.
The Manwaigyi refugees fled to China in 2012 and remained there after settling into new homes.
“First, the Chinese authorities agreed to accept the war victims and later changed their mind to have them returned. There are presently eight refugee camps,” said Dwe Pe Hsar. cr. eleven media

MYANMAR: Photo News From Namlimpa Village ,Mansi township 23.11.2013

IDP CAMP

အစိုးရတပ္မ်ား ၀င္ေရာက္ေနရာယူ တပ္စြဲထားျပီးေနာက္ မန္စီျမိဳ ့နယ္ထဲ မွ နမ့္လင္းပါ ၊ မုန္းဒိန္ပါေက်းရြာ မ်ားမွ စစ္ေျပးဒုကၡသည္မ်ား၏ ေနာက္ဆုံးအေျခအေန

 

KIA orders troops not to respond after Burma army captures IDP camp

KNG NEWS 20.NOV.2013

The Burma Army soldiers (pictured here at Nam Lim Pa village) are currently occupying both Nam Lim Pa village and Nam Lim Pa IDP camp
The Burma Army soldiers (pictured here at Nam Lim Pa village) are currently occupying both Nam Lim Pa village and Nam Lim Pa IDP camp

Senior officials at the Kachin Independence Army’s (KIA) Laiza headquarters issued instructions on Tuesday ordering troops in the field not to respond militarily to the Burma army’s recent capture of the Nam Lim Pa internally displaced people camp in southern Kachin state, the Kachin News Group has learned.

These orders are likely directly related to the visit this week to Yangon by the Vice Chief of Staff of KIA, Maj-Gen Sumlut Gun Maw, according to Major Labang Jawn Awng, a commander with KIA battalion 12.

Located in territory held by the KIA’s Battalion 12, Nam Lim Pa was home to more than 2,000 IDP until it was captured by the Burma army over the weekend.  Jawn Awng and his colleagues accuse the army of taking advantage of an aid convoy to seize the camp.  According to Jawn Awng, shortly after the aid convoy was allowed to proceed to the camp the military dispatched a large number of troops to seize the camp which put many civilians at risk.

Heavy fighting erupted in the vicinity of the camp shortly after it was captured and this fighting continued for three straight days, said Lahpai La Doi, a villager from Nam Lim Pa.  The fighting largely stopped after KIA headquarters issued instruction ordering their troops on the ground not to attack the military, said the villager who fled the fighting.

More than 50 clashes between government troops and the KIO have taken place in Battalion 12 territory since June, according to Commander Jawn Awng. He estimates that the Burma army suffered more than 100 casualties (injured and dead) during this period.  Four KIA soldiers were also lost and more than 10 were seriously injured during the same time, says Jawn Awng.

According to KIA Battalion officials there are currently at least 20 battalions with more than 1,000 Burma army troops operating against KIA in the battalion 12 area.  The troops who are from Military Operation Command 21 (MOC-21) under Northern Regional Military Command and MOC-16 under Northeastern Regional Military Command were deployed to the area in October.

Burma army forces now control about 20 villages in the Mansi area that were previously controlled by the KIA.

PRESS RELEASE 23RD OCTOBER 2013 BURMESE ARMY ATTACK AND LOOT KACHIN IDP CAMPS

URGENT PRESS RELEASE
23RD OCTOBER 2013

BURMESE ARMY ATTACK AND LOOT KACHIN IDP CAMPS

KACHIN IDP

 

1385067_663535227004801_1129353618_n

On the morning of Tuesday 22nd October, the Burmese Army launched an offensive at Namlim Pa and Mung Ding Pa village tracts in Mansi Township, Southern Kachin State. This happened after the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) re-positioned to re-open the Kaihtik-Bhamo motorway. Burmese Army Light Infantry Battalions 45, 56, 236, 240, 276, 601 and 602 under Bhamo-based 21st Military Operations Command (MOC-21) encroached upon Kong Ja village and fired small and heavy artillery toward Mung Ding Pa IDP camp. Local witnesses stated that 60mm heavy artillery shells landed near the school in the IDP camp. Burmese soldiers looted IDPs’ belongings and arrested eight villagers from Kong Ja Village and two from Mung Ding Pa village, including a child aged about 12. These inhumane actions forced many of the refugees to flee for their lives. Some elderly, infirm people and children have taken refuge in the Mung Ding Pa village church.  Continue reading “PRESS RELEASE 23RD OCTOBER 2013 BURMESE ARMY ATTACK AND LOOT KACHIN IDP CAMPS”

Fever spreads in Burma’s Kachin IDP camp

KNG NEWS

mungga-zup-idp-camp_600_400

Fevers and colds have spread throughout Zai Awng (also known as Mung Ga Zup) internally displaced people’s (IDP) camp in Kachin Independence Organization (KIO) controlled territory in eastern Kachin state’s Waingmaw township, according to relief officials from the Kachin Baptist Convention (KBC).

The rate of infection in the camp which is home to 2,300 people has increased dramatically over the past week, pastor La Nu told the Kachin News Group (KNG). Last Sunday alone more than 170 camp residents sought treatment at the camp’s two clinics, the pastor said.

Many camp residents have runny noses, coughs and fevers, a camp nurse told KNG.

The camp clinics face serious shortage of much needed medicine, this as the number of ill people in the camp continues to climb Pastor La Nu explained. Most of the medical aid has been supplied by the KIO’s health department, KBC or Chinese churches in Yunnan province, according to pastor La Nu.

Many of the camps in KIO territory where a majority of the estimated 100,000 people displaced by the two-year long Kachin conflict have been taken shelter, are crowded and suffer from serious shortages of medicine and other supplies. The shortages and general poor conditions in the camps stem in part from government restrictions which have prevented the UN and other international aid groups from having regular access to the camps.