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Karen Refugee Committee Newsletter & Monthly Reports 2018

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Title: Karen Refugee Committee Monthly Report, March 2018
Date of publication: March 2018
Description/subject: Karen Refugee Committee Newsletter and Activity Report March-2018... Dear Readers, "This month, we would like to update about some activities in relation to meetings such as Borderwide, Camp Management Working Group and Stakeholder meetings; Myanmar-Thai Job Fair Consultation, meeting with Refugee Council of Australia and Asia Pacific Ref ugee Rights Network and ‘Go and See’ activities. For the refugee, the basic challenges that facing now is, the danger of fire and scarcity of waters. Before 2012, the fire was the only main confrontation faced by refugees. Lack of communication and transportation is also a part of the problem. After 2012 ceasefire began, in some areas, there are water springs out here and there for fishes to start enjoying the new opportunity. At one side, the persistent fire threat continues, on the other hands, due to st ill some living waters, we cannot deny there, we can still to access to life channel of communication and transportation. We thank God for providing with fire and water and for friends who have stood with us against the persisting challenges of fire and th e irregular water provision. For our human needs, we cannot deny that, they are not necessary. Our needs continue and demand proceeds. We continue to request our friends who have been with us as we go through between fire and water, and help to serve the a ppropriate needs for the refugees. Respectfully yours, General Secretary Karen Refugee Committee.....Map of Karen Refugee Camps...Newsletter and Activities report...Monthly Activities Report ...NGO Supporters...Camp Population Report: Registered people in the 7 camps (Mae La; Umphiem; Nu Po; Mae La Oon; Mae Ra Moe; Htam Hin; Don Yang); Unregistered people in the 7 camps; New Arrivals in the 7 camps; Pre-Screening People in the 7 camps; Number of PAB People in the 7 camps; Boarding House Students in the 7 camps; Feeding Figures in the 7 camps; General Population in the 7 camps."
Language: English, Burmese (ျမန္မာဘာသာ), Karen
Source/publisher: Karen Refugee Committee
Format/size: pdf (691K)
Date of entry/update: 12 April 2018


Title: Karen Refugee Committee Monthly Report, February 2018
Date of publication: February 2018
Description/subject: "Dear All Readers, We want to say thank you for reading our monthly newsletters. One major activity that we organized in this month is ‘2017 Annual Meeting for KRC and Camp Committee’ from seven camps, organized in Maela camp from 12-13 March 2018. The meeting reviews our works and activities, especially camps’ relationship to partner’s organization such as NGOs, CBOs and UNHCR and Thai authorities and discussed about the challenges for coming 2018. The meeting also reviewed the issue regarding funding support for refugees in term of food, household material, health, education, and livelihood and camp management programs. It also examined the challenges in managing the camp due to shortage of staff and further funding cut as an unforeseen situation. The meeting resolute that, camp committee and population, will learn to rely on themselves for their future. KRC will continue to lead the discussion on repatriation and organize consultation with the refugees. I realize that, there are some people who want to go back but still facing challenges to provide their family needs. I would like to request to concerned organizations to look into their needs, and their respective community will find means to help for those who would like to return. It is my hope that, the readers will understand our situation and try to support and cooperate with us as we continue to journey together. Best wishes, General Secretary Karen Refugee Committee.....Map of Karen Refugee Camps...Newsletter and Activities report...Monthly Activities Report ...NGO Supporters...Camp Population Report: Registered people in the 7 camps (Mae La; Umphiem; Nu Po; Mae La Oon; Mae Ra Moe; Htam Hin; Don Yang); Unregistered people in the 7 camps; New Arrivals in the 7 camps; Pre-Screening People in the 7 camps; Number of PAB People in the 7 camps; Boarding House Students in the 7 camps; Feeding Figures in the 7 camps; General Population in the 7 camps."
Language: English, Burmese (ျမန္မာဘာသာ), Karen
Source/publisher: Karen Refugee Committee
Format/size: pdf (1MB)
Date of entry/update: 16 March 2018


Title: Karen Refugee Committee Monthly Report, January 2018
Date of publication: January 2018
Description/subject: "...We have been hearing that, refugees will be able to go home sooner or later. However, due to uncertainty, till now, the refugees are not able to return. It has been for years that the refugees are going through in this journey together with the refugee committee. Don't think that we will be disappointed for this difficult journey. We will be renewed once again and with perseverance, we will wait till we can go home. Good and bad, joy and sadness may go hand in hand, we hope that, this year 2018 will bring us grace and more blessings in the days to come. We pray for all the donors and organization supporting us and continue to be with us.....Map of Karen Refugee Camps...Newsletter and Activities report...Monthly Activities Report ...NGO Supporters...Camp Population Report: Registered people in the 7 camps (Mae La; Umphiem; Nu Po; Mae La Oon; Mae Ra Moe; Htam Hin; Don Yang); Unregistered people in the 7 camps; New Arrivals in the 7 camps; Pre-Screening People in the 7 camps; Number of PAB People in the 7 camps; Boarding House Students in the 7 camps; Feeding Figures in the 7 camps; General Population in the 7 camps."
Language: English, Karen, Burmese
Source/publisher: Karen Refugee Coimmittee (KRC)
Format/size: pdf (1MB)
Date of entry/update: 08 February 2018