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Plantation owners encouraged to report armed group extortion to government

An unknown Karen armed group has for years extorted money from rubber plantation owners in the area surrounding Anin and Htin-Yuu villages, in the Ye Ta Gon region of Thanbyuzayat... 

August 21, 2015 | Read more »

Mon State flooding prompts livelihood concerns

Villagers in Mon State’s Belin and Thaton Townships have reported livelihood concerns due to severe floods. Flooding in Mon State follows widespread floods throughout the... 

August 14, 2015 | Read more »

Administrative delay prevents textbooks from reaching Mon National Schools

Two months into the new school year, students in Mon National Schools have been left waiting for new textbooks due to administrative delays. UNICEF, who are to provide the... 

August 14, 2015 | Read more »

State authorities question Mon State coal plant protestors

Police forces have questioned over 350 Mon State villagers, who took part in protests earlier this year against a proposed coal power plant in Ann Din Village.  Read More →

August 6, 2015 | Read more »

Acute dropout at Lamine Mon National School

The school board committee of Lamine Mon National Middle School, located in Mon State’s Ye Township, has said that the school will continue to function as usual for the... 

July 29, 2015 | Read more »

10 dead in mine rockfall tragedy near Loot Shan Village, Karen State

At least 10 people are dead following a rockfall at a mining site near Northern Loot Shan village, Kyainnseikyi Township, Karen State. To date, three bodies have been recovered,... 

July 29, 2015 | Read more »

Day labour shortage slashes profits for Kamarwat rice farmers

Rice farmers in Kamawat Sub-Township, located in Mon State’s Mudon Township, have reported acute shortages of day labour. Farmers explained how, in order to cope with labour... 

July 24, 2015 | Read more »

Victim’s family appeal against NMSP rape case decision

WCRP: In May 2015, a 24-year-old man from Joehaplu village, in the Thai-Burma border area of Three Pagodas Pass, allegedly beat and raped a 14-year-old girl. Her relatives... 

July 22, 2015 | Read more »