Revised Response Plan aims to help tens of thousands

The western state of Rakhine, Myanmar is nestled between the border with Bangladesh and the Rakhine Mountains. Inter-communal violence in Rakhine in June and October led to some 115,000 people fleeing their homes in fear and taking shelter in some of the newest IDP camps in the world. The clashes destroyed houses and public buildings and left many thousands of people without any way of making a living.

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