Providing health care for displaced families in Myanmar’s far north

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Displaced people in Jaw 1 camp talk to IRC and OCHA about their experiences using the health clinic. February 2015. © OCHA/Eva Modvig

“I visit the clinic all the time!” said Ja Seng,* a 59-year-old woman who has spent the last three years living in a camp for displaced people in Myanmar. “At my age, there is always something that hurts,” she adds, laughing contagiously—something that she does easily, despite the challenges of being uprooted.

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