Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNDAA) soldiers have shouted at and threatened villagers after they asked them to leave their camp for displaced people in Burma's restive northern Shan State. Since early in the year,
Military officials met with Kachin religious leaders in Naypyitaw and resumed long-delayed talks on the return of internally displaced persons (IDPs), although thousands of villagers continue to be forced from their homes by post-coup attacks.
Residents of the largest internally displaced persons (IDPs) camp in government-controlled Kachin State need food support after authorities locked it down following a COVID-19 outbreak. Two residents tested positive on July 24. The next day
KNG talked with Mr Zet, head of the Kachin Backpack Health Worker Team (KBHWT), to learn about how his organisation is helping villagers living in the Bumra Yang internally displaced persons (IDP) camp. In March,