Shelter and Non-Food Items

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05 Dec 2016 description

Les appels et plans de réponse dans 33 pays visent à aider 93 millions de personnes

05 Dec 2016 description
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Response plans and appeals in 33 countries aim to reach 93 million people in need

04 Dec 2016 description

Due to the attacks that occurred in northern Shan state, a total of 102, including 46 male and 56 female from 40 households from Manglon township arrived at Ohmthee village in Naung Cho township on December 1.

State Hluttaw representative, U Myint Swe and officials met with those evacuees and encouraged them. Then township blood donors association and administration committee provided four bags of rice, including cooking oil and drinking water worth 420,000 kyats to those evacuees.

04 Dec 2016 description

The Shan state government provided necessary aid for Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) who fled their homes and are taking shelter in camps in Muse due to attacks by KIA,TNLA & MNDAA.

On December 1, IDPs at temporary camps were provided with foodstuffs and blankets by a delegation led by U Kain Mai and U Sai Kyaw Than, state Hluttaw representatives, and District administrator U Kyaw Kyaw Tun.

02 Dec 2016 description
report Irrawaddy

By LAWI WENG 1 December 2016

LASHIO, Shan State — About 400 internally displaced people (IDPs) have fled their homes in Namtu and Mongton townships and taken shelter in Namtu town, according to local sources, following the latest clashes between the Burma Army and the Ta’ang National Liberation Army (TNLA) in northern Shan State.

“Yesterday, 177 people arrived. They were from Nam Hai village in Mongton township,” said Nang San Hown, a lawmaker from the Shan Nationalities League for Democracy (SNLD) in Namtu Township.

29 Nov 2016 description

# of IDP Locations (host families & Camps) 176

Estimated number of IDPs 97,679

The majority of IDP locations are in or near (less than 5km) urban areas.

Displacement started in June 2011 due to the fighting between the Government and the Kachin Independence Organization. The majority of IDPs live in camps along the Myanmar-China Border. Approximately 44% of IDPs live in camps in non-Government Controlled areas (NGCA).

25 Nov 2016 description

The Ministry of Border Affairs provided aid to internally displaced persons in camps in Muse in the northern Shan State on November 24.
The administrator of Muse district and officials from the Ministry delivered 284 bags of rice, 545 visses of cooking oil, 1,211 visses of pulses and beans, 122 visses of salt and 1,000 blankets to a total of 3,460 people from 1,000 families.

24 Nov 2016 description

By KO AUNG / DVB

Buddhist families who were displaced amid violence in northern Arakan State last month have been given shelter at a monastery in Buthidaung.

Government officials in Buthidaung said temporary shelters have been provided at the Alodawpyae Buddhist Monastery for 36 families – a total of 125 persons – who fled their homes in Maungdaw after a spate of clashes erupted in the town last month between Burmese security forces and armed mobs.

22 Nov 2016 description

Armed troops of KIA, TNLA and MNDAA attacked military outposts and police stations in Muse and Kutkai and the Muse 105th mile trade zone on 20th November, causing death and injury.

Due to the incident, aid and health care services are being provided to displaced people including temporary rescue camps, according to the Information committee of the State counsellor’s office.

17 Nov 2016 description

# of IDP Locations (host families & Camps) 176

Estimated number of IDPs 97,638

The majority of IDP locations are in or near (less than 5km) urban areas.

Displacement started in June 2011 due to the fighting between the Government and the Kachin Independence Organization. The majority of IDPs live in camps along the Myanmar-China Border. Approximately 44% of IDPs live in camps in non-Government Controlled areas (NGCA).