ဝၼ်းၵူၼ်းပၢႆႈၽေးလုမ်ႈၾႃႉ 20/6/2021 ။
Voice of Shan refugees and IDPs on World Refugee Day 2021
เสียงจากผู้อพยพไทใหญ่ตามแนวพรมแดนไทย เนื่องในวันผู้ลี้ภัยโลก 20 มิ.ย. 64
Over 2,500 IDPs are on high alert of attack, following Burma Army shelling and reinforcement of hundreds of troops during the past few days near Loi Kaw Wan IDP camp on the southern Shan State-Thai border opposite Chiang Rai province.
On April 18 at 5:45 pm, two 120 mm shells
The Shan State Refugee Committee (Thai Border) is gravely concerned for the safety of nearly 6,000 IDPs in camps along the southern Shan State-Thai border following the Burma Army’s announcement it will start attacking border positions of the Restoration Council of Shan State/Shan State Army (RCSS/SSA).
On March 30, the
In June 2020, Over 800 Burma Army troops have been deployed to eastern Mong Hsat in June 2020, reinforcing bases along the Thai border around Loi Kaw Wan IDP camp. This is causing fear among the over 2,500 IDPs, already facing severe hardship due to the Covid-19 border lockdown.
Voice of Shan IDPs during COVID-19 lockdown.
Description : Youth from Loi Kaw Wan IDP camp released this short documentary to mark “World Refugees Day” 20-06-2020
คำอธิบาย : กลุ่มเยาวชนจากค่ายอพยพดอยก่อวันผลิตสารคดีสั้น เพื่อทำให้เข้าใจสถานการณ์ความยากลำบากในโควิด 19 เนื่องในวันผู้ลี้ภัยโลก 20 มิ.ย. 63 นี้
သဵင်ၵူၼ်းပၢႆႈၽေးၸၢဝ်းတႆး ၽွင်းတၢင်းပဵၼ်ၶူဝ်ႊဝိတ်ႊ 19
ၶေႃႈသပ်းၸႅင်ႈ – ၸုမ်းၵူၼ်းၼုမ်ႇတီႈပၢင်သဝ်းၵူၼ်းပၢႆႈၽေးလွႆၵေႃႇဝၼ်း ႁဵတ်းဢွၵ်ႇငဝ်းတူင်ႉပွတ်း
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May 23, 2019
Shrinking refuge: new threats to refugee security on the Shan-Thai border
A new report by SHRF and SSRC-TB exposes how security threats from the Burma Army and United Wa State Army (UWSA) are heightening the vulnerability of over 6,000 displaced villagers in camps along the Shan State-Thai
There are currently six camps along the Shan-Thai border, housing about 6,200 refugees (many of whom are categorized as “internally displaced persons” or IDPs, because they stay just inside the Shan border), 70% of these refugees are women and children.
These camps have existed for up to 18 years.
Thank you very much for your continued support for the Shan refugees/IDPs along the Shan-Thai border whose food aid was completely cut by The Border Consortium since October 2017.
With your generous support, the Shan State Refugee Committee (Thai Border) was able to purchase further 1,130 sacks or rice for
On 13th February 2018, Consul General Jennifer A. Harhigh, the U.S. Consulate General Chiang Mai visited Koung Jor Shan refugee camp on the Shan-Thai border, northern Thailand. The refugees presented the situation in the camp and their original homes which have been occupied by the Burma Army. The Koung Jor