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Summary of Recommendations in the Report of the Rakhine Investigation Commission to the Government of Myanmar

Summary of Recommendations in the Report of the Rakhine Investigation Commission to the Government of Myanmar

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Summary of Recommendations in the Report of the Rakhine Investigation Commission to the Government of Myanmar
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Summary of Recommendations in the Report of the Rakhine Investigation Commission to the Government of Myanmar
 
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Sr. Section TaskImplementationDepartmentResponsibleCommitteeRemark
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InternallyDisplacedPersons(IDP)Situation TemporarySheltersbefore theMonsoonSeason.
 
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While the Rakhine IDPs are adequatelyresettled, there have been difficulties inresettling the Bengali IDPs. TheRakhines have called for resettlement of Bengali IDPs only after verification of their citizenship. However, it isbecoming extremely urgent to providethe Bengali IDPs with access to safe andsecure temporary shelters prior to themonsoon season.
 
Ministry of Border AffairRakhine StateGovernmentInternationalOrganizations The WorkingCommittee for TemporaryResettlement andReconstruction in theState The WorkingCommittee forCoordination andCooperation with UNAgencies andInternationalOrganizationsResettlement. B.
 
 There is a pressing need to addressovercrowding in camps, provide accessto clean water and sanitation, and takenecessary precautions against other riskssuch as outbreaks of disease that canarise during the monsoon season at theBengali IDP camps.Ministry of Border AffairRakhine StateGovernmentInternationalOrganizations The WorkingCommittee for TemporaryResettlement andReconstruction in theStateReopening of Schools.C.
 
Schools should be reopened and accessto education provided for students livingin Bengali IDP camps.Ministry of Border AffairRakhine StateGovernmentInternationalOrganizations The Social andEconomicDevelopment WorkingCommittee
 
Summary of Recommendations in the Report of the Rakhine Investigation Commission to the Government of Myanmar
 
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FoodSecurity andMalnutrition.D.
 
A concerted effort is needed to plan andprepare for longer-term food security,meet immediate food shortages, andaddress malnutrition.Ministry of Border AffairRakhine StateGovernmentInternationalOrganizations The WorkingCommittee forCoordination andCooperation with UNAgencies andInternationalOrganizations The Social andEconomicDevelopment WorkingCommitteeLivelihoods. E.
 
 The Government shoulders theresponsibility to meet the basic needs of the IDP populations until theirlivelihoods are restored. It is vital,therefore, to consider all possible meansto revitalize the livelihoods of the IDPpopulations.Ministry of Border AffairRakhine StateGovernmentInternationalOrganizations The Social andEconomicDevelopment WorkingCommittee The WorkingCommittee forCoordination andCooperation with UNAgencies andInternationalOrganizations The WorkingCommittee forDrawing Long-TermStrategic PlansPermanentSettlement.F.
 
 The Government should plan andprepare strategies to settle the IDPspermanently when law and order isMinistry of Border AffairRakhine State The WorkingCommittee forDrawing Long-Term
 
Summary of Recommendations in the Report of the Rakhine Investigation Commission to the Government of Myanmar
 
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restored in the state. GovernmentInternationalOrganizationsStrategic Plans
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SocialKamanEthnic GroupIssue.A.
 
Currently, there is a disconnect in thecommunication channels between theRakhine and Bengali populations.Certain Rakhine leaders – relying on theinflamed tensions and a renewed senseof prejudice – have urged, and eventaken steps to prevent, the Rakhinepublic from conducting social andeconomic interactions with the Bengalipopulation. As a result of this “socialand economic blockade”, members of the Kaman ethnic group, who havetraditionally worked in the educationand communication sectors of the civilservice, are also trapped in the IDPcamps. The Government should takeimmediate action to meet the Kamanethnic group’s demand to restore theirfreedom of movement.Rakhine StateGovernment The WorkingCommittee for TemporaryResettlement andReconstruction in theState The Security and LawEnforcement WorkingCommittee
 
PopulationGrowth.B.
 
One factor that has fuelled tensionsbetween the Rakhine public and Bengalipopulations relates to the sense of insecurity among manyRakhinesstemming fromthe rapidpopulation growth of the Bengalipopulation, which they view as a seriousthreat. If, as proposed, family-planningeducation is provided to the Bengalipopulation, the Government shouldMinistry of ImmigrationRakhine StateGovernmentNa Sa Ka (BorderImmigration HeadQuarter) The Immigration andCitizenship ReviewCommittee The Social andEconomicDevelopment WorkingCommittee

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