The Government of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar

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Scheme of Presentation Scheme of Presentation
• • • • • • • • • Incidents leading to jeopardize peace and stability in Rakhine state I id l di j di d bili i R khi Events of Mob and violence happened at Maungdaw Preventive measures and actions taken by the government Preventive measures and actions taken by the government Consequent events of mob and violence in Sittwe and other places Process of restoration peace and stability Process of restoration peace and stability Access for the humanitarian assistance Process of relief, resettlement and rehabilitation Process of relief, resettlement and rehabilitation The rule of law Toward the harmonic and humanistic society  y

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Incidents leading to jeopardize peace  and stability in Rakhine State  and stability in Rakhine State

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Two Incidents that affected peace and stability in Rakhine state
• 28 may 2012 Kyauknimaw Yanbye Township

• 3 June 2012 Taungup Township

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rape, robbery, and murder of a Rakhine Buddhist female by a Rakhine Buddhist female by three Bengali youths

Killing of 10 muslim males g in a passenger bus by mob

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Investigation Committee Investigation Committee
• The Government immediately formed the  g y p y Investigation Committee led by the Deputy  Minister for Ministry of Home Affairs under the  Notification No.43/2012 on 6 June 2012. Notification No 43/2012 on 6 June 2012 • To expose the truth and take legal actions there  occurred organized lawless and anarchic acts that  l l h h can harm peace, stability and the rule of law.

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Events of Mob and violence happened  at Maungdaw at Maungdaw

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Events of Mob and violence happened at Maungdaw pp g on 8 June 2012
13:20 14:15 14:30 14:40 15:00 15:30

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unrest starting and following mob and violence by Bengali groups closely stimulated by clerics Burning and assaulting at Bohmu village ward 1 ethnic killed, 4 injured, 4 houses burnt Burning and assaulting at east myoma ward 4 residents, 2 video houses burnt Burning and assaulting at Nyaung chaung ethnic village 19 shops burnt Burning and assaulting at Kaye myaing ethnic village h i ill 2 killed, 49 houses,1 monastery,1 school, 1 video shop burnt p
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Events of Mob and violence happened at Maungdaw pp g on 8 June 2012
15:30 15:30 15:30 15:30

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Burning and assaulting at Bawdikone ethnic village 1ethnic killed, 31 houses, 1 monastery burnt , , y Burning and assaulting at Kantharyar ethnic village 1 ethnic injured, 21 houses, 1 monastery burnt Burning and assaulting at kinchaung ethnic village 25 houses, 1 monastery burnt Burning and assaulting at Tharaekonbon ethnic village 3 killed, 1 injured, 103 houses,1 monastery burnt Burning and assaulting at Shwe Yin Aye ethnic village 3 ethnics killed, 67 houses,1 monastery,2 buildings burnt
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Events of Mob and violence happened at Maungdaw pp g on 8 June 2012
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Law enforcement process on mob of 1000 Bengali people 1 Bengali killed Burning and assaulting at Mawrawaddy ethnic g g y village 1 ethnic killed, 109 houses, 2 monastery bld,2 school bld,1 di h l bld 1 dispensary, 1 guard post, 6 shops burnt d t h b t Burning and assaulting at Waithalee ethnic village 9 houses burnt

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The beginning of unrest and violence in Maungdaw Township

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At 1:20 pm on 8th June 2012, in Maungdaw, Rakhine State, 300 Bengali people came out of the mosque after reciting prayers incited more people prayers, to join with them, behaved in a violent way

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Bengali people leaving Kyauk Mosque forward to Maungdaw Clock Tower and throwing stones at Rakhine ethnics owned houses

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Bengali people leaving Kanyintan Cemetery Mosque

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Bengali people holding sticks, knives and iron spikes at ward 4, Bohmu Village Maungdaw

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Thazin Guest House and by Rakhine ethic's houses under burning

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Damages and losses at , Ward-4 , Bohmu Village

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Scenario of Destructions at Maungdaw Violence

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Map Showing ethnic villages suffering from burning and assaulting by mob of Bengali groups in Maungdaw Township
Buthidaung

Maungdaw

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Wei Thar Li Shwe Yin Aye Kan Tharyar Bawdi Kone Khayae Myaing King Chaung Tha ye gon baung Kaing Gyi Maw Ya Waddy U daung

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Scenario of Destructions Waitharli Village Violence

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Scenario of Destructions Shweyinaye Village Violence

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Scenario of Destructions Shweyinaye Village Violence

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Scenario of Destructions Khayemyaing Village Violence
Original Houses Households 212 145 635 Burnt 49 49 213 Remaining 163 96 433

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Population Other Destructions School Video Room www.mwdmedia.net  www.facebook.com/mwdmedia

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Scenario of Destructions Kanthayar Village Violence
Original Houses Households 21 25 127 Burnt 21 25 127 Remaining -

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Population Other Destructions Monastery www.mwdmedia.net  www.facebook.com/mwdmedia

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Scenario of Destructions Bawdigone Village Violence
Original Houses Households 32 35 184 Burnt 31 34 180 Remaining 1 1 4

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Population Other Destructions Monastery School www.mwdmedia.net  www.facebook.com/mwdmedia

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Scenario of Destructions Kingchaung Village Violence
Original Houses 26 Burnt 25 Remaining 1

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Population Other Destructions Monastery www.mwdmedia.net  www.facebook.com/mwdmedia

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Scenario of Destructions Thayekonbaung Village Violence

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Scenario of Destructions Kainggyi Village Violence

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List of Destruction in Mawrawaddy Village
Original Houses Households 112 112 525 Burnt 109 109 513 Remaining 3 3 12

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Population Other Destructions Monastery Community Hall for Buddhists School Educational Staff Quarter Dispensary Police Outpost p Shops Video Room Generator www.mwdmedia.net www.facebook.com/mwdmedia

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Scenario of Destructions Mawrawaddy Village of Maungdaw Township Violence

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Scenario of Destructions Mawrawaddy Village of Maungdaw Township Violence

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Improper action and incidents at Maungdaw
Self I fl i S lf Inflaming of Bengali houses occurred in Maungdaw as fB li h di M d follows: 9 June 2012 1 Bengali house 11 June 2012 4 Bengali house 12 June 2012 2 Bengali house

The similar cases were also broadly occurred in Sittwe and other places as a same phenomenon throughout the occurrences of violence f i l These events are proven to the existence of other external instigations and efforts toward the political aspiration of some external elements.
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Self inflaming of Bengali houses

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Preventive measures and actions taken  by the government

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Preventive measures and actions taken by the  government
• Since the occurrence of two incidents in Kyauknimaw and Taungup,  the government had paid deep attention to all possibilities and  taken the preventive measures and actions against the spread of  taken the preventive measures and actions against the spread of violence between the two communities by all possible ways and  , p means,  at the inclusion of all public societies and classes 

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Preventive measures and actions taken by  the government
• Imposing of curfew orders by the township general  administration department under section 144 code of criminal  procedure in the following townships commencing from 8  June 2012 and 10 June 2012 accordingly: – Maungdaw township – Buthitaung township u au g o s p – Sittwe township – Thantwe township Thantwe township – Kyaukphu – Yanbye township

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Preventive measures and actions taken by  the government
• The Rakhine state government and members of the state  parliament organized the town elders, religious leaders of  both Buddhists and Islams, village and quarter  administrators, INGOs and NGOs on 5 June 2012 • Peace and stability Keeping teams are widely organized in  a level of quarter, township, District and State by the  members including the town elders, religious leaders of  both Buddhists and Islams, village and quarter  administrators, INGOs and NGOs and other various  classes .

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Preventive measures and actions taken by  the government
• Establishing of security and law enforcement Plan  • Deployment of security and law enforcement forces since 7  June 2012 – Sittwe 379 persons  410 persons 379 persons + 410 persons – Maungdaw 240 persons – B thita ng 100 persons Buthitaung 100 persons – Kyaukpyu 87 persons – Thantwe 120 persons p g • Operation of Intelligence networks and law enforcement    actions www.mwdmedia.net 

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Preventive measures and actions taken by  the government
• All Myanmar Islam Association issues statement of its  stance on 8 June 2012 • All Myanmar Islam Association requests Islam to keep  calm on 8 June 2012 • Dialogue between Buddhist abbots and Islamic clerics • Dialogue between Rakhine youths and Islamic youths Dialogue between Rakhine youths and Islamic youths   

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Preventive measures and actions taken by  the government
• Th P id The President office issued Ordinance No. (1/2012) on 10  ffi i d O di N (1/2012) 10 June 2012, declaring State of emergency in Rakhine state, in  accord with the Section 412 Sub‐section (a) of the  accord with the Section 412 Sub section (a) of the Constitution of Republic of the Union of Myanmar • The President of Republic of the Union of Myanmar The President of Republic of the Union of Myanmar  broadcast the a request concerning the incidents in Rakhine  state to the public through radio and television on 10 June  state to the public through radio and television on 10 June 2012

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Maungdaw, Buthidaung in Rakhine State placed under curfew
On 8 June,2012 Maungdaw Township General Administration Department has imposed a curfew , g p p p order (1/2012) under Section 144 of Code of Criminal Procedure in Maungdaw, Rakhine State today as riots broke out in the town this afternoon have disrupted the community peace and prevalence of law and order. The following is the translation of the order order. Township General Administration Department Maungdaw Township Code of Criminal Procedure Section-144 Curfew Order No.1/2012 8 June, 2012 (4th Waning of Nayon, 1374 ME) General Penal Code No. 1/2012 No It is hereby announced for the public knowledge on 8 June, 2012. During riots in Maungdaw on 8 June, 2012, houses in wards in Maungdaw were set fire, people were beaten and houses were looted. I believe that gathering of five or more than five people at streets, roads, the main road, g g p p , , , lanes, garden (or) public places which are built for the people in Maungdaw to live in peace can cause arson attacks, clashes and lootings again. Therefore, curfew is imposed under Section 144 of Code of Criminal Procedure and five or more than five people shall not gather at roads streets the main road lanes garden (or) mosques roads, streets, road, lanes, and public schools in municipal area of Maungdaw and not to go outside from 6 pm to 6 am. This order shall take effect until any other order is issued. I sealed and signed and issued this order on 8 June, 2012. g

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All Myanmar Islam Association issues statement of its stance
Republic of the Union of Myanmar All Myanmar Islam Association
All Myanmar Islam Association has issued a statement of its stance on the situation happening in Rakhine State as follows(a) We condemn the terroizing and destruction of lives and property of innocent people. (b) We express deepsed sympathy for the loss of lives innocent people destruction of public people, property and those dismayed. (c ) We expecially favour the situation in which the public live peacefully within the framework of law. (d) The Islams living across the nation need to live in accordance with the special request made by all Myanmar Islam Association. (e) We have issue the statement of our stance that governmet organizations concerned are to take and effective and prompt action against any ac that can harm stability of the State and the peaceful living of the people in accord with the law.

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(Al-Haj K (Al H j Kyaw Soe) S ) Secretary General Myanmar Malawi Organization Headquarters (Al-Haj M i t T (Al H j Myint Tun )

(Al-Haj (Al Haj Maw Lana Yusof) VicePresiident UlamaIslamic Scholars Federation

(Al-Haj N (Al H j Nyunt t Maung Shein) Presiident Islamic Affairs Council Headquarters

(Kyaw Khin) (K General Secretary Myanmar Muslim National Affairs Federation (Ma-AhPha) Headquarters

Chairman Myanmar Muslim Youths (Religion) Organization Ma-Ma-La Headquarters

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Republic of the Union of Myanmar All Myanmar Islam Association
Request to Islams There have been different views among the people concerning the news reporting on the newspapers issued on 5 June, 2012. With regard to this, All Myanmar Islam Association has issued a statement which it submitted to responsible organizations concerned seeking for resolution within the framework of law. peaceful

Thus, Islams are requested in all seriousness to live in tranquility in accordance with Islamic teachings, avoiding expression of wishes in groups. l h d f h
(Al-Haj Maw Lana Yusof) ViceY f) Vi Presiident UlamaIslamic Scholars Federation (Al-Haj Nyunt Maung Shein) M Sh i ) Presiident Islamic Affairs Council Headquarters (Al-Haj Kyaw Soe) Secretary General S t G l Myanmar Malawi Organization Headquarters

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(Al-Haj Myint Tun ) Chairman Myanmar Bengali Youths (Religion) Organization Ma Ma Ma-MaLa Headquarters

(Kyaw Khin) General Secretary Myanmar Bengali National Affairs Federation (Ma Ah (Ma-AhPha) Headquarters
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State of Emergency declared in Rakhine State
Republic of the Union of Myanmar President Office Ordinance No. (1/2012) 6th Waning of Nayon 1374 ME (10 June 2012) State of Emergency declared 1. Due to instability in some townships in Rakhine State, Section-144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure was issued on 8 June 2012 for the sake of security of people and ensuring peace and stability. 2. However, riots and disturbances have spread, and it is found that only the issuance of Section-144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure is not enough in Rakhine State to conduct administrative work effectively and thus, to be able to bring about security and peace and stability for the people immediately, State of Emergency is declared as of today in Rakhine State in accord with the Section 412, Sub-section (a) of the Constitution of Republic of the Union of Myanmar. 3. In accord with the Section 413, Sub-section (a) of the Constitution of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, assistance of the Defence Services is to be obtained to effectively carry out duties. 4. 4 This ordinance shall remain in force until any other order is issued issued. 5. This ordinance shall be deemed as the law. Sd/ Thein Sein President Republic of the Union of Myanmar
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The President televised a Request to Public

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A Request to the Public
President U Thein Sein broadcast a request on incidents in Rakhine State to the public on 10 June 2012. Instabilities and violence deteriorate widely in Rakhine State based upon Kyauknimaw case. The President emphasized that all of us including religious organizations, religious leaders and political parties have to takes control of the situation in g p p unison. The Government tried to immediately restore stability in places where riots broke out since the beginning. The Government takes legal actions against the cases that happened. The Government takes systematic measures under existing laws rules and laws, regulations to prevent incidents from happening again.
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The Government is cooperating with religious organizations , religious and political parties to resolve the issue.

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Democratization and national development processes could be a success only on the ground of peace, stability and the rule of law. For peace, stability and rule of law in the country , people need to wisely obey the laws. The President requested esteemed people, religious organizations , political parties and people from all walks of life to cooperate and work with the Government.

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Consequent events of mob and  violence in Sittwe and other places

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Scenario of Destructions in Sittwe violence

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Scenario of Destructions in Sittwe violence

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Scenario of Destructions in Sittwe violence

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Scenario of Destructions in Sittwe violence

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Scenario of Destructions in Sittwe violence

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Scenario of Destructions in Sittwe violence

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Scenario of Destructions in Sittwe violence

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Scenario of Destructions in Sittwe violence

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Scenario of Destructions in Sittwe violence

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Scenario of Destructions in Sittwe violence

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Scenario of Destructions in Sittwe violence

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Scenario of Destructions in Sittwe violence

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Scenario of Law Enforcement

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Scenario of Law Enforcement

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Scenario of Law Enforcement

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Scenario of Law Enforcement

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Scenario of Law Enforcement

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Scenario of Law Enforcement

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Scenario of Law Enforcement

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Summary List of Casualty and Injury in Townships concerning with incidents occurred in Rakhine State
Date : 30-7-2012

Casualty Sr. Township Rakhine 11 Bengali 23 Total 34 Rakhine 35 -

Injury Bengali 22 Total 57 3 16 29 6 112
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1 Sittway 2 Ponnagyun 3 M Myauk U k 4 Kyauktaw 5 Pauktaw 6 Rathedaung 7 Buthidaung 8 M Maungdaw d 9 Yanbye 10 Minpyar Total
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Summary List of Destruction and Burning of Buildings in violence at Rakhine State Date : 26-7-2012
Destruction and Burning Sr. Township Rakhine Bengali 669 2,967 15 Total 3,636 15 Mosque 11 Monasteries 6 School 3 3
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1 Sittway 2 Ponnagyun 3 M Myauk U k 4 Kyauktaw 5 Pauktaw 6 Rathedaung 7 Buthidaung 8 M Maungdaw d 9 Yanbye py 10 Minpyar Total
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Latest Situation of Rakhine native IDPs in the Relief Camps
Date : 30-7-2012

Rakhine IDPs Sr. Township

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No. of Camps 6 HH. Male Female 553 813 856 660 43 581 1,687 2,111 1,904 49 1,134 2,500 2,967 2,564

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Latest Situation of Bengali IDPs in the Relief Camps
Date : 30-7-2012

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Summary List of Rakhine and Bengali IDPs Remaining in the Relief Camps in Rakhine State
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Total Sr. Township

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Comparison of IDPs at the relief camps at the period of violence and at present
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Township Sittway Maungdaw Buthidaung Rathedaung Ponnagyun Pauktaw Total

Numbers of IDPs in the period of riots Rakhine 8,525 Bengali 28,012 Total

Numbers of IDPs at present Remarks Rakhine 5,702 Bengali 53,390 Total 59,092 2,329 2 329

3,827 3 827

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Process of restoration peace and stability Process of restoration peace and stability
• The government had conducted the Process of restoration peace  and stability by the minimum use of force d bl b h ff • Even though the Ordinance legally allows the use of force and  acquired the use of military forces, almost of the violence are  physically controlled by the riot control police forces h i ll t ll d b th i t t l li f • The Chief of Bureau of Area command had sited the violence area  for 21 times and monitor the force properly and guiding for the  strictly conduct of procedure  Aid to Civil Power disciplinary strictl cond ct of proced re Aid to Ci il Po er disciplinar • In fact the government conduct the people, both of natives and  immigrants, religious leaders of communities, in a sense of  organizing the public, providing helps and supports, operating  organizing the public providing helps and supports operating security measures, and consolidated the society, and took all  measures to prevent from occurring of unrest and violence 

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Custody under the rule of law

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Township Sittwe Yathaedaung Kyauktaw Minbyar Maungdaw Buthidaung Thandwe Kyaukphyu Total

myanmar 1 -

Rakhine 74 -

Bengali 31

Hendi 25 -

Maramargyi 4 4

Total 135 181 18 4 481 35 3 1 858

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Remark: It included 5 persons from UNHCR, 1 person from WFP and 4 person from AZG INGO.
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List of Detainees ,UN and INGOs staff who involved in violence
Sr. 1 Name Mg. Khin Maung (a) Anawa Sardet Age 34 Race/ Religion Bengali/ Islam Address No. 4 Ward, Maungdaw Organization UNHCR (Maungdaw) Offence Section (pa) 35/12, 153-a (Encouragement to grudge spite between one and another) 505(C) (Creation of the incidents by distributing documents, under section) 148 (riot with crowd) (pa) 35/12, 153-a (Encouragement to grudge spite between one and another) 505(C) (Creation of the ( )( incidents by distributing documents, under section) 148 (riot with crowd) Date of arrest 15-6-2012 Condition In Jail

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Bengali/ Islam No. 5 Ward, Maungdaw UNHCR (Maungdaw) Bengali/ Islam No. 4 Ward, Bohmu Village, Maungdaw UNHCR (Maungdaw) (pa) 35/12, 153-a (Encouragement to grudge spite between one and another) 505(C) (Creation of the incidents by distributing documents, under section) 148 (riot with crowd)

15-6-2012

In Jail

15-6-2012

In Jail

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Sr. 4

Name Ahduhard

Age 32

Race/ Religion Bengali/ Islam l

Address Ohntaw Chain Ch Kharli Village, Maungdaw Township Myoma East Ward, Maungdaw A/B Ward, / , Insein Myothit, Yangon

Organization WFP (Maungdaw) ( d )

Offence Section (pa)126/12, section-436 (Offence of set f ) (Off f fire)

Date of arrest 25-6-2012

Condition In Jail

5

Mg. Hla

39

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g( ) Win Naing (a) Marmauk Rawphi

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Kyaw Hla Aung (a) 72 y g( ) Karsein

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Bengali/ g / Islam AZG (Maungdaw) (p ) / , (pa) 41/12, Emergency g y Administration Act, under section-5(J) Bengali/ g / Islam No. 2/36, / , Mayyu St., Yenwesu Ward, Sittway No. 217, 8th Floor, Moe Kaung Street, Yankin Township, Yangon AZG (Maungdaw) No.5/12 ( / (Offence m section 505 (b) (Stimulation to appear incidents) Bengali/ Islam UNHCR (Maungdaw) Under section-33(a/b) Electronic Act, under section 420/468 (failing up fraudulently in citizenship scrutiny card)

Rakhine/ Buddhist

AZG (Maungdaw)

(pa) 121/12 under section 149 (Offence in suspect)

17-6-2012

Release on 3 Jul

12-6-2012

In Jail

14-7-2012

In Jail

8

Mya Nandar Aung

35

15-6-2012

In Jail

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Sr. 9

Name Ba Myint(a) Tamaukdulharsa n

Age 47

Race/ Religion Bengali/ Islam

Address No. 115, 157th Street,A/C ward , Tamwe Township, Yangon

Organizati on UNHCR (Maungdaw)

Offence Section (Pa)55/12,153-a (Encouragement to grudge spite between one and another) Under Section 505(C) (Creation of incidents by distributing documents ), Under section 148 (riot with crowd )

Date of arrest 15-6-2012

Detained Place In Jail

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Zaw Myint (a) Dulumrawman

27

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Bengali/ Islam No.2 ward, Maungdaw AZG (Maungdaw) (pa)124/12 under section 436(Offence of set fire)

21-6-2012

In Jail

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Casualty in incident during Law enforcement action Pre and Post of the violence

No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Township Sittwe Yathaedaung Kyauktaw Minbyar Maungdaw Buthidaung Thandwe Kyaukphyu Total

myanmar

Rakhine 1 -

Bengali

Hendi

Maramargyi

Total 1

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-

-

6 1

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Access for the Humanitarian Assistance for the Humanitarian Assistance

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Access for the Humanitarian Assistance
The governmental team led by Union Minister for Ministry of Border Affairs accompanied by representatives of UN Agencies and INGOs had made the field trips to Rakhine state for y p g p three times achieving Access for the humanitarian assistance to the Internally Displaced Persons from both communities. First trip: Second trip: Third trip:

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From (13-6-2012) to (17-6-2012) From (27-6-2012) to (29-6-2012) From (16-7-2012) to (18-7-2012)

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Main Purpose of Visit Main Purpose of Visit
• First Trip p • Second Trip d • Third Trip

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Restoration of peace and stability and to  p y provide the emergency relief for the IDPs of  both communities Sustaining of relief campaign and promoting  f l f d to resettlement stage, establishing and  initiating the resettlement plan for the IDPs initiating the resettlement plan for the IDPs Coordination on Humanitarian Assistance  from the International communities and  progressing the resettlement campaign,  normalization initiatives between the  community
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Access for humanitarian assistance t 1st Trip to Rakhine State Led by Lt. Gen. Thein Htay i khi S db G h i Accompanying Mr. Vijay Nambiar and Team and members of All Myanmar Islam organization (13-6-2012~17-6-2012)

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The List of the Delegations of UN Agencies and INGOs in the first trip
No 1 2 3 4 5 6 UN OCHA UNDP UNHCR UNHCR UNDSS Agency Name Mr. Vijay Nambiar Barbara Manzi Position Special Envoy to the UNSG Head of Office

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Mr. Ashok Nigam Mr. Mr Johannes G.ten Feld G ten Anne Dorian Vadim Anushko

UN Resident Humanitarian Coordinator

Country Representative Sr. Regional Field Safety Adviser Chief Security Advisor

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Discussing with representatives of UN Organizations at the Airport

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Discussing with Islamic Religious leaders at the airport
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Houses after being burnt at Kayaymyaing Village
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Arrival of Union Minister, UN Representatives and Islamic Religious leaders at Kayaymyaing Village

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UN Special Representatives of UNSG Visiting at IDP Camp in Maungdaw

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Union Minister explaining to the representatives of UN Organizations
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Presentation at the meeting hall of Maungdaw district general administration Department

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UN Special Representatives of UNSG encouraging the IDPs at Maungdaw

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Presentation by Mr.Vijay Nambiar, Special Envoy to the UN Secretary-General
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Union Minister and Party encouraging at relief camps in the Central School Compound, p p , Maungdaw

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Observatory visit to Thaunpaingnyar village
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Mr.Ashok Nigam, Resident Representative of UN Organizations in Myanmar making g y g presentations

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Meeting between All Myanmar Islam Association of Yangon and Maungdaw town elders and Islamic Religious leaders

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Union Minister greeting and conversation with villagers at N ith ill t Noegular B l Bengali Vill li Village

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Meeting between All Myanmar Islam Association of Yangon and Maungdaw town elders and Islamic Religious leaders d a d a g ou ad

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House after burning at Thayay-konebaung Village g

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Scenario after b i at Th S i ft burning t Thayay-konebaung k b Village
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Mawrawaddy Monastery after burning and destroy y

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School after burning and destroy
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Discussion with Islam religious leaders of Udaung Village Arabic school and town elders

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Discussion with Islam religious leaders of Udaung Village Arabic school and town elders

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Briefing to Students of Udaung Arabic University for regional peace and tranquility

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Briefing to Local nationals and Bengali people of Kyeinchaung Village

Conversation with one Bengali family at g y Kyeinchaung Village

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Bengali people from surrounding villages of Kyeinchaung Village
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Conversation with villagers of Kyeinchaung Village

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Audiences of Bengali Villagers from the surrounding of Kamaungseik Village
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Bengali elder on expressing of heartfelt words for peaceful co existence between community at Khamaungseik Village

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Briefing to the Bengali people of Kamaungseik Village for peaceful lively hood in a harmonic society
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Union Minister on discussion with villagers for regional stability and development

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Crossing the creek toward Kamaungseik Village
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Briefing to Bengali people of Kamaungseik Village for peaceful lively hood in a harmonic society i t

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Briefing on Rakhine and Bengali Villagers for Peaceful living in Khamaungseik Village

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Interviewing with Dainet National Race in Ye Nauk Ngatha Village

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Interviewing with Bengalis in Ta Man Tha Village

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Interviewing with a Myro National Race in Aungthapyae Village

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Interviewing with Rakhine native and Bengali villager living in the same village in Aungthapyae village

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Interviewing with Thet National Race in Thet Kai Hnyar Village

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Interviewing with Villagers in Yan Aung Myin Village

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Inspection of Myanmar-Bangladesh Border bridge
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Inspection of Taungpyoletwe border post, g p Maungdaw Township

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Scenario of the Border fencing between Myanmar-Bangladesh

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Discussion with Bengali Villagers at Laungdon Village

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Access for humanitarian assistance 2nd Trip to Rakhine State Led by Lt. Gen. Thein Htay Accompanying Mrs. Barbara Manzi and Teams of UN organizations and INGOs (13-6-2012~17-6-2012)

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The List of the Delegations of UN Agencies and INGOs in the second assessment trip
No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 OCHA WFP UNICEF USAID UNDP UNDSS UNHCR Agency Name Ms. Barbara Manzi Mr. Carlos Veloso Mr. D M Dara J h t Johnston Mr. Alan Dwyer Jr Position Head of Office Country Director Representative Programme Offi P Officer Principal Regional Adviser OFDA Chief Security Advisor and

Malteser International Action Contre la Faim

Medecins Sans Frontieres Danish Refugee Council CARE CDN ECHO Solidertes International (SI)

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Jitendra Jaiswal Ms. Preeta Law Mr. Vadim Anushko Ms. Birke Herzbruch Mr. Alexandre Le Cuziat Ms. Vickie Hawkins Mr. Brian Agland Mr. Simon Langbroek Mr. Christophe Reltien Ms. Lucy Cooper Head of Mission Mr. Sital Kumar Palbabu Technical Expert Head of Office

Livelihood Team Leader

Deputy Representative Country Representative

Deputy Head of Mission Country Director Country Director

Field Coordinator
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Coordinating M ti h ld b t C di ti Meeting hold between Union U i Ministers and Responsible personnel of UN Agencies and INGOs at Rakhaing State g Government Meeting Hall
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Discussions between Union Ministers and Responsible personnel of UN Agencies and INGOs at the Visiting Hall of Sittwe Airport

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Responsible persons attending the Coordinating Meeting
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Addressing by U Aung Kyi, Minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement at the Coordinating M ti C di ti Meeting

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Discussion by Ms. Barbara Manzi, Head of Agency, UNOCHA

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Discussion by Mr. Dara Johnston, Programme Officer, UNICEF
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Discussion by Mr. Alan Dwyer Jr, Advisor, USAID

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Discussion by Mr. Carlos Veloso, Country Director , WFP
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Discussion by Ms. Vickie Hawkins, Deputy Head of Mission, MSF Mission

Discussion by Ms. Christophe Reltien, Head of Office, ECHO

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Discussion by Mr. Brian Agland, Country Director, CARE

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Friendly greets Officials attending the Coordinating Meeting
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Union Minister and party cordially discussing with the IDPs in Alethankyaw Village

Head of Mission of UNOCHA explaining provision of relief and resettlement programme to the IDP Camp in Alethankyaw Village

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Union Minister explaining to the Representatives of UN and INGOs about the situation happened in Mawrawaddy Village

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Union Minister explaining to the Representatives of UN and INGOs about the situation happened in Mawrawaddy Village
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Union Ministers inspecting the relief activities in Mawleik Ward, Sittwe

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Union Minister and Chief Minister of Rakhine State inspecting the relief activities in Mawleik Ward, Sittwe
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Inspection of Cleaning Damaged Area in Sat Yon Su Ward, Sittwe

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Union Minister encouraging Bengali families in Aungminglar Ward, Sittwe

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Union Minister encouraging Bengali families in Aungminglar Ward, Sittwe
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Union Minister encouraging Bengali families in Thet Kal Pyin Ward, Sittwe

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Temporary shelter constructed in Thetkepyin Village, Sittwe

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Temporary clinic opened in Thechaung Village, Sittwe
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Union Ministers inspected construction site for temporary shelter in Thetkepyin Village, Sittwe

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Union Mi i t U i Ministers inspected temporary shelter i t dt h lt constructed in Thetkepyin Village, Sittwe
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Construction materials for temporary shelter in Thetkepyin Village, Sittwe

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Water point at the Camp in Thetkepyin Village, Sittwe
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Access for humanitarian assistance 3rd Trip to Rakhine State Led by Lt. Gen. Thein Htay Accompanying Mrs. Barbara Manzi and Teams of UN organizations and INGOs (16-7-2012~18-7-2012)

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The List of the Delegations of UN Agencies and INGOs in the third trip
No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 UNOCHA WFP UNHCR UNHCR UNICEF USAID Care Malteser Agency Name Ms. Barbara Manzi Mr. Carlos Alberto Veloso Mr. Maeve Murphy Mr. Nadir Minbashiyev Head of Office Country Director and Representative Senior Field Officer Field Officer Position

Save the Children DRC DRC MSF MSF MSF MSF

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Mr. James Gray Mr. Brian Heidel g Regional Advisor Mr. Brian Agland Dr. Melgabal Capistrano Mr. Mr Zach Zanek Ms. Sabine Linzbichler Ms. Dalgliesh Joyce Project Manager Ms. Ms Vickie Hawkins Ha kins Mr. Inga Lehmann Ms. Marika Daganaud Ms. Gliselda Goad Nurse Nurse

Child Protection Specialist

Country director and Representative Country Programme Coordinator

Humanitarian Managerf Country Representative

Deputy Dep t Head of Mission Project Coordinator

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Union Minister delivered opening speech at the Coordination Meeting for the Resettlement in Rakhine State

Coordination Meeting for the Resettlement in Rakhine St t R khi State was h ld i R khi State held in Rakhine St t Government Office

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Head of Mission of UNOCHA discussed at the Coordination Meeting for the Resettlement in Rakhine State

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Country Director of WFP discussed at the Coordination Meeting for the Resettlement in Rakhine State

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Ground Investigation with UN team

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Ground Investigation with UN team
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inspection of cleanliness and tidiness activities in strand Street, Sittwe

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inspection of cleanliness and tidiness activities in strand Street, Sittwe
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Temporary tents in Hmansi Village, Sittwe

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Hsatyokya bridge construction site in Sittwe
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Presenting relief and resettlement activities in Maungdaw Township

Presenting relief and resettlement activities in g Maungdaw Township

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Union Minister explaining to the IDPs in Maungdaw Township

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IDPs presenting their needs
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Houses reconstructed in Mawrawaddy village

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Union Mi i t i U i Minister inspected construction t d t ti materials
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Houses reconstructed in Shweyinaye village

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Houses reconstructed in Shweyinaye village
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Houses reconstructed in Shweyinaye village

Houses reconstructed in Shweyinaye y y village

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Construction materials for construction of houses in Maungdaw

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Bird eye's view of reconstructed houses in Shwe Yin Aye Village
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Union Minister encouraging local people in Ale Than Kyaw Village

Union Minister meeting the Islamic U Shwe York Du Lar and his 82 family members consisted of 4 wifes 28 sons and daughters i d f if dd h and 49 grand sons and daughters in Ale Than Kyaw Village

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Union Minister meeting the Islamic U Shwe York Du Lar and his 82 family members consisted of 4 wifes 28 sons and daughters i d f if dd h and 49 grand sons and daughters in Ale Than Kyaw Village

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Union Minister meeting the Islamic U Shwe York Du Lar and his 82 family members consisted of 4 wifes 28 sons and daughters and 49 grand sons and daughters in Ale Than Kyaw Village

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Union Minister meeting the Bengali U Shwe York Du Lar and his 82 family members consisted of 4 wifes 28 sons and daughters and 49 grand sons and daughters in Ale Than Kyaw Village

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Relief Campaign
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Relief Campaign
Relief Camps ensuring life and social security Provisioning of Foods and nutrition Provisioning of Non Food Items Provisioning of water Health care

Provisioning of Hygiene and sanitation Medical Supplies

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Provisioning of WASH Facilities

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THE SPHERE PROJECT INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ON HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE
Water QUANTITY SYSTEM/DELIVERY QUALITY

Hygiene - Sanitation SOAP LAUNDRY LATRINES REFUSE PINS REFUSE PITS

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15 liters person per day Taps provide flow rate of at least 7.5 liters per minute At least one water point per 250 people No more than 10 faucal coli forms per 100 ml at point of delivery For piped systems-residual free chlorine at tap is 0.5 Dissolved solids no more than 1,00 mg per liter

250g soap per person per month 1 washing basin per 100 people Maximum 20 people per toilet 100 container per 10 families No shelter farther than 15 m from container/100 m from communal refuse pit
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45 m2 per person (inclusive of all uses except agriculture or garden) DIMENSION/DISTANCES Maximum distances between shelters and toilets is 50 meters FIRE BREAKS 2m between shelters, 6m between clusters of shelters, 15m between blocks of clusters DISTANCES BETWEEN Latrines farther than 30m from ground water sources and 1.5m WELLS/SPRINGS AND above water table LATRINES Maximum distance from any shelter to water point is 500 meters ELEVATION/DRAINAGE 2-4% gradient (ideal) and not more than 7% with out extensive site engineering Food/nutrition SHELTER AREA 3.5-4.5 m2 covered area per person PLASTIC SHEETING 4m x 6m sheet per household of 5 people .(to meet UNHCR FOR TEMPORARY material spec.) SHELTER

Camp site planning GROSS AREA

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Health CALORIES MAKEUP EXCESS MORTALITY

, p y (initial planning figure to be modified based on thorough p g g g 2,100 kcals per day ( demographic analysis of population 10-12% total energy from protein 17% total energy from fat 1 per 10,000 per day CMR

CMR
U5MR MEASLES VACCINATION COVERAGE MEDICAL STAFF

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2 per 10,000 per day under 5 CMR 95% of all children 6 months – 12 years Measles M l vaccine needs = 140% of target group (15% waste, 25% stockpile) i d ft t t t k il ) home visitor for each 500-1,000 population TBA for each 2,000 , supervisor for each 10 home visitors senior supervisor peripheral health facility per 10,000 population central health facility for each 10,000 population t l h lth f ilit f h 10 000 l ti

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Domestic needs (NFIS) WATER CONTAINERS EATING UTENSILS

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gp 2 vessels 10-20 L for collecting plus 1~20 L vessel for water storage, narrow necks and covers - 1 cooking pot with lid - 1 basin - 1 kit h k if kitchen knife - 2 wooden spoons - 1 plate per person, - 1 spoon per person, p p p , - 1 mug per person

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Relief Campaign

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Relief Campaign

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Relief Campaign

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Relief Campaign

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Donation for Relief Activities in Rakhine State
Date : 30-7-2012
Sr Donors Donation Received (Ks in Million) 2,238.01 95.87 Remarks

1 2 3 4 5

Well-wishers (including 283.4 million ks. From Muslims) Various Ministries

Ministry of Border Affairs (in cash) Ministry of Border Affairs (in kind) Myanmar Motion Picture Organization ( in cash) Myanmar Motion Picture Organization ( in rice)

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49.95 12.36 12 36 160.00 2.25 Total 2,558.44 2 558 44 163

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Provision of Humanitarian Assistance in Rakhine State
Date : 30-7-2012
Sr 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Description Rice Oil Pulses Instant Noodle N dl Blended Food Bales of g Clothing Clothing Blanket/ mosquito nets Tarpaulins Water Proof Kitchen Kit Steel Bowl A/U Bag Viss Viss Pkt Pkt Bale No. No Sheet Sheet Set No. Sittwe Ethnic 6,171 4,775 Bengali 29,949 17,736 2,457 Maung daw 2,533 1,352 Rathe daung 845 1,402 Buthi daung Pauktaw 707 Ponnagyun 300 7,028 ,0 8 4 Yanbye 1,080 ,080 2 200 40 1 Total 40,505 25,265 15,832 3 , 6 341,464 34,413 1,101 26,965 27,060 598 4,346 13,377 7,282

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5,010 3,277 5,088 130,402 30, 0 13,710 159,286 59, 86 14,084 14,340 ,3 0 5,494 2,520 ,5 0 920 7136 36 19,672 9,6 203 347 618 124 4 4 11,482 8,083 5,899 800 111 390 8,880 140 1,395 2,716 4,714 13,739 358 2921 6,559 1,810 4,157 100 30 4,101 424 40 74 74 130 260

9 10 11 12

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International Humanitarian Assistance in Rakhine State Provided and Planned, June‐July 2012
Sector Food Agency  Name WFP Completed/Ongoing Activities Completed/Ongoing Activities Distributed between 12 June and  30  July (ongoing) 1618 mt of rice 113 mt of pulses 53 mt of oil 19 mt of salt 4 mt of Blended Food Planned  Activities 1200 mt food  required per  month Township All affected townships,  in collaboration with  Cooperating Partners,  including CDN and  Save the Children

Food

UNICEF

Shelter

UNHCR

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2000 mt of supplies in stock in Rakhine  state (different locations) 300 cartoons of ready to use food 222 shelters 600 shelters 400 tents being  dispatched 500 tents being  ordered  128 Shelters

Provided to Department  of Health for onward  distribution Maungdaw Sittwe Maungdaw Sittwe Maungdaw
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Shelter

CARE

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Sector NFI

Agency Name UNHCR

Completed/Ongoing Activities 5,946 NFI Family kits in collaboration with RRD

Planned Activities 1,054 NFI family kits to be distributed 6,500 fuel efficient stoves (Sittwe) 474 units (Maungdaw)

Township Sittwe, Maungdaw, Butheedaung Sittwe, Maungdaw

NFI

UNDP

NFI

UNICEF

1,346 1 346 family kits, 2 380 tarpaulins kits 2,380 tarpaulins, 4400 ropes

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Sittwe

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Sector NFI

Agency Name Malteser

Completed/Ongoing Activities 376 NFI kits (Sittwe) ( )

Planned Activities 2000 NFI family kits y in stock, (including 1550 NFI family kits planned for distribution in Sittwe and 450 kits Sitt d kit for Maungdaw)

Township Sittwe, Maungdaw g (Distribution in Maungdaw pending as refused by community)

NFI NFI NFI

ACF Save the Children CARE

NFI NFI

MSF-H MRCS

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112 NFI family kits through RRD 540 NFI family kits 2000 NFI family kits coorperation with RRD Hygiene kits 806 mosquito nets, 748 blankets, 574 towels, 32 tarpaulins,90 jerry cans , 32 kitchen sets, 45 mats and 434 buckets 8320 NFI family kits distributed 2412 tarpaulins distributed

Sittwe Sittwe, Rathedaung Sittwe, Maungdaw

Sittwe Sittwe

NFI

Total

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Sector WASH WASH

Agency Name N Malteser MRCS

Completed/Ongoing Activities

Planned Activities A ti iti 140 latrines

Township Sittwe Sittwe

2 emergency water treatment units installed in 2 camps, 30000 oral camps rehydration salt packets, 1000 bars soap

WASH

UNICEF

25740 water guard bottles, 3034 sets of pan and pipes, 4500 buckets, 242 latrines, 11110 bars of soaps 90 integrated Emergency Health kits, 20 cartons and 5000 packets of ORS, 200 eye drops, 34 drums of bleaching powder Provided psycho-social support to children during NFI distribution in 9 camps

Health

UNICEF

Health

Malteser

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Essential drugs to DoH Sittwe for distribution in Maungdaw Psycho-social support in IDP camps

Sittwe

Sittwe, Maungdaw

Sittwe, Maungdaw

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Sector Health Health

Agency Name MRCS WHO

Completed/Ongoing Activities 168 volunteers assisting with basic health care and family links service 1322 patients received medical treatment in camps, including disease surveillance activities

Planned Activities

Township Sittwe

Health

UNFPA

2000 UNFPA dignity kits dispatched Supported MMA with supplies and equipment for 3 months for 5 five mobile clinics 6 Emergency Reproductive Health kits for 400 pregnant women and contraceptives for 1500 women

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10 Interagency Emergency Health Kits and 12 diarrheal kits

Sittwe, Ponagyun, Buthidaung, Maungdaw and Rathedaung Sittwe, Rathedaung

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Sector
Health

Agency Name
MSF

Completed/Ongoing Activities
Donation of medical supplies (IV fluid, fl id basic d gs incl ding drugs, including antibiotic, equipment) worth US$ 1800 in Maungdaw Since last week, support to PMO in Maungdaw and DoH in Sittwe for medical consultation of IDPs Antioretroviral and TB therapy to patients. 166 patients in Maungdaw and 200 in Sittwe g resupplied with life-saving drugs, and 57 in Maungdaw with prophylaxis

Planned Activities
Donation of medical supplies, s pplies ART s ppo t support, primary health care, malaria programme

Township
Maungdaw, Buthidaung, B thida ng Rathedaung, Sittwe

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Livelihood assistance 21600 kgs (2000 baskets) paddy seed to over 1300 affected HHs in collaboration the State Government

Liveli Livelihood Livelihood

UNDP CDN 500 baskets have been distributed

Sittwe, Maungdaw, Rathedaung

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Sector Livelihood

Agency Name CARE

Completed/Ongoing Activities 550 baskets have been distributed

Planned Activities 17680 kgs (850 baskets) of paddy seed, 1000 bags of fertilizer

Township Sittwe, Maungdaw, Rathedaung, Rathedaung Maungdaw

Protection

MRCS

13 children reunited through MRCS’s Restoring Family Links services

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Relief Camp at Thetkaebyin village

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Relief Camp at Thetkaebyin village

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Union Minister encouraging Bengali families in Thetkaebyin village Sittwe

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Greeting with IDPs at School Relief Camp, Buthitaung

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Interviewing and Addressing Words of encouragement to IDPs at Myoma Shwe Kyan Monastery, Buthitaung

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Interviewing and Addressing Words of encouragement to IDPs at the Relief Camp in Lawkamayazein Pagoda, Ponakyun

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Meeting with IDPs at School Relief Camp in Yathaetaung

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Meeting with IDPs at Relief Camp in Maungdaw

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Encouraging Family Members at Alaethankyaw Relief Camp

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Temporary Camp in Maungdaw ethnic villages
Sr. Name of Village No. of Family Tent (10'x12'x7') y ( ) Under Construction 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Shweyinaye Sh i Bawdikone Kanthaya

Kinchaung

Thayekonebaung Kainggyi

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34 23 28 111 38 112 425 Total
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Mawrawaddy

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UNHCR's Tents Design

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Progress of Relief Camp in Sittwe
No. of shelter (45'x34'x8') for 10 HH Planned 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Thetkepyin Bawdupa Hmansi Saythama Thechaung Ohntawgyi gy Pweyakone 50 Completed 50 Under construction 20 No. of Tent (10 x12 x7 ) (10'x12'x7') for One HH Completed 50

Sr.

Name of Village

Available Total HHs

Between Pweyakone & Palinpyin P li i Tapaing Total

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100 30 40 150 11 200 50 120 711 90 20

550 1813 543 1680 210 2000 500 1200 100 8596

813 243 180 100

100 1486

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Progress of the Temporary Shelters in Sittwe

Sr.

Name of Ward Planned 20 8

No. of shelter (45'x34'x8') for 10 HH Completed 14 8 Under Construction 6 4 5 15

1 2 3 4 5

Ywagyi (North) Mingan Ballonekwin Magyimyaing Danyawaddi D ddi Total

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7 20 15 70 22

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Tents in Hmansi Village, Sittwe Township
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Tents in Bawdupa Village, Sittwe Township T hi

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Tents in Relief Camps, Sittwe

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Tents in Relief Camps, Sittway Township

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Tents in Relief Camps, Sittway Township

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Tents in Relief Camps, Sittway Township

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Shelterss in Bawdupa Village, Sittwe Township
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Shelterss in Thetkepyin Village, Sittwe Township

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Latrines in Bawdupa Village, Sittwe Village Township
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Shelters in Thetkepyin Village, Sittwe Village Township

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Sample of temporary shelter Donated by PR of China

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Sample of temporary shelter Donated by PR of China

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Sample of temporary shelter Donated by PR of China

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Current Condition of Around Sittwe

Saythamagyi

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Kaungtaga Bawduba Thekepyinzay

Bawduba

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Resettlement Campaign

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Action Plan on Resettlement of the Affected Populations in Rakhine State
(30‐7‐2012)
Affected HH Sr.  No. o Township No. of  No. of  HH  HH  Totally  Escaped  Totally Escaped Burnt  from fear Down 460 Implementations Implementing  O ga at o Organization Re‐ marks a s

1

Maung‐ daw

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168 Shelter Kits Shelter 460 Tents 460 Permanent Shelters Food and Nutrition

ACF UNHCR/INGOs MoBA,  UN/INGOs WFP, UNICEF,  CDN Region/State  Governments State  Government,  UN, INGOs , 460  Acres

Nursery Plants (Rainy &  Winter Season) i S ) Small Grants Matting/Carpanters/  Mason

Liveli‐ hood

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Action Plan on Resettlement of the Affected Populations in Rakhine State
Affected HH Sr.  No. o Township No. of  No. of  HH  HH  Totally  Escaped  Totally Escaped Burnt  from fear Down Implementations Implementing  O ga at o Organization Re‐ marks a s

Maung‐ daw

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Temporary School School Facilities  complemented Educat‐ion Stationaries as text books,  exercise books, pencils,  i b k il fountains etc. School Uniforms Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Psychosocial Support Security

MSWRR DBE (1)

MOE, UN,  INGOs MOH, UNICEF,  MOH UNICEF MSF, MI MSWRR, MOH,  INGOs MOD, State  Government
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Action Plan on Resettlement of the Affected Populations in Rakhine State
Affected HH Sr.  No. o Township No. of  No. of  HH  HH  Totally  Escaped  Totally Escaped Burnt  from fear Down 3580 Implementations Implementing  O ga at o Organization Re‐ marks a s

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Sittwe

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4296 Shelter Kits Shelter (3580) Temporary Shelters  (Zinc Roofing), 10 Separated  Rooms attached kitchen Permanent Shelters Food and Nutrition

ACF UNHCR

MoBA,  UN/INGOs WFP, UNICEF,  CDN

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Action Plan on Resettlement of the Affected Populations in Rakhine State
Affected HH Sr.  No. o Township No. of  No. of  HH  HH  Totally  Escaped  Totally Escaped Burnt  from fear Down Implementations Implementing  O ga at o Organization Re‐ marks a s

Sittwe

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Nursery Plants (Rainy &  Winter Season) Small Grants Matting/Carpanters/  g p Mason Temporary School
Liveli‐ hood School Facilities  complemented Educat‐ion Stationaries as text books,  exercise books, pencils,  fountains etc. fountains etc School Uniforms

Region/State  Governments State  Government,  UN, INGOs UN INGOs MSWRR DBE (1) ( )

MOE, UN,  INGOs INGO

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Action Plan on Resettlement of the Affected Populations in Rakhine State
Affected HH Sr.  No. o Township No. of  No. of  HH  HH  Totally  Escaped  Totally Escaped Burnt  from fear Down Implementations Implementing  O ga at o Organization Re‐ marks a s

Sittwe

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Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Psychosocial Support Security

MOH, UNICEF,  MSF, MI MSWRR, MOH,  INGOs MOD, State  MOD State Government

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List of Housing to be constructed in Maungdaw Township
Sr. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Name of Village Thayekonbaung Kingchaung Mawrawaddy Kayemyaing Kainggyi Bawdigone Kanthaya Waithali Shweyinaye Implementing Organisation UNHCR 109 25 36 CARE 103 25 MOBA 10 Total 103 35 109 49 72 41 31 9 77 10 16 552
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31 21 222 128

24 36 10 9

10

77 10 16

Kanpyintharzi Maungdaw (Urban) Total

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LONG COLUMNED HOUSE (24'x18'x9'-6'') PAE - 378 Sqft Cost Estimated 350 000 Kyats (Exclusion of Alluzinc Roofing) 350,000

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RIGHT SIDE ELEVATION

PAE - 378 Sqft

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Constructed Long Columned House in Mawrawaddy village, Maungdaw Township

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SHORT COLUMNED HOUSE (24'x18'x9'-6'') PAE ‐ 378 Sqft Cost  Estimated 294,000 Kyats (Exclusion of Alluzinc Roofing) C t E ti t d 294 000 K t (E l i f All i R fi )

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Constructed Short Columned House in Waithali village, Maungdaw Township

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Constructed of Short Columned House in Waithali Village, Maungdaw

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Overviewing the House Construction in Shweyinaye Village, Maungdaw
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Construction of Short Columned Houses in Shweyinaye Village, Maungdaw

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Construction of Short Columned Houses in Shweyinaye Village, Maungdaw
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Progress of Housing Construction of ethnic villages at Maungdaw
Date : 30-7-2012
Sr. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Village Name Wei Thar Li Khaye Myaing Shwe Yin Aye Original quantity 51 Burnt quantity 9 Ongoing Completed 7 Remaining 2 49 42 96 106 72 35 41 31 10 16 514

Tha Ye Gon Baung Mawrawaddy Kaing Gyi G i King Chaung Bawdi Kone Kan Tharyar iddle) Kanpyin Tharsi Maungdaw Total

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212 76 49 77 33 5 2 108 103 2 112 36 109 72 1 2 26 32 35 41 (m 21 33 30 737 31 10 30 566 39 13

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Progress of Housing Renovation of ethnic villages at Maungdaw
Date : 30-7-2012
Sr. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Village Name Wei Thar Li Khaye Myaing Shwe Yin Aye Original Houses 51 Planned Ongoing Completed Remaining Remarks

Tha Ye Gon Baung Mawrawaddy Kaing Gyi King Chaung Bawdi Kone Kan Tharyar (m iddle) Kanpyin Tharsi Maungdaw Total

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212 76 104 94 108 112 36 26 32 21 33 707 104 94

10 -

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Current Condition of Around Sittwe

Saythamagyi

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Kaungtaga Bawduba Thekepyinzay

Bawduba

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Aftermath Scenario of the burnt Residents Area in Sittwe

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Process of Rehabilitation

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Process of rehabilitation Process of rehabilitation
The most things need to be working out Both physical and mental rehabilitation B th h i l d t l h bilit ti Many critical issues are encountered Financial consumptions p Time consumptions Long termed, comprehensive  plans are required Environmental and Circumstantial factors are to be  inclusive y y • To eye the new social system • International humanitarian assistances are vastly required  • • • • • • •

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The Rule of Law
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The rule of law
• The ultimate objectives of the people of the Republic of the Union  of Myanmar are as follows:

– Peace, Stability and the Rule of Law bl d h l f – Socio economic Development

• Sittwe and Maungdaw are the most critical area Sittwe and Maungdaw are the most critical  area • Distinguish, not Divided the communities momentarily in Sittwe • Sittwe and Maungdaw do have the different natures and  particularities • New city plan and regional development plan are required in Sittwe  township • I f t t Infrastructure development, Economic development and social  d l t E i d l t d i l development are essentially required in Sittwe , Maungdaw  township and other townships in the Rakhine state • Developments forwarded the Rule of law and the Rule of Law Developments forwarded the Rule of law and the Rule of Law  achieved to socio economic development of the people
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Sittwe Town Plan

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Proposed 1000 HH Typical layout Plan

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Upgrading Existing Roads and Bridges

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Upgrade to Tar Road Length ,Width g No. of Effective villages No. of Effective HHs No. of Effective Population
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Current condition of Sitttwe -Palinpyin Rural Road

- 8 /6 mile,34 ft - 14 village g - 2905 - 21198
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Toward the harmonic and  d humanistic society y
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Potential Threats and Challenges for  for the native ethnics and Immigrants
• • • • • • • • • • • Extreme and extraordinary population growth of Immigrants  Extreme and extraordinary population growth of Immigrants Religious conflict, Cultural conflict, , Social conflict, and Land use conflict, there all tends to the potential of racial conflict Confined and limited Connectivity C fi d d li i d C i i Constrictive Atmosphere Constrictive market condition Constrictive market condition Scarcity of job opportunity Low level of education tends to illiteracy Undeveloped  infrastructure

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Possible Solution
• • • • • • • • • • • • • Promoting  Stability and law enforcement Talented Public Administration Emerging  and developing the civil societies Emerging and developing the civil societies Conducting and nurturing the conflict prevention Community development for both societies y p Promoting the Connectivity Orientation of the native Culture and Traditions Conducting and Exchanging between the communities C d i dE h i b h ii Promoting the social activities Promoting the market conditions and creating the market opportunity Promoting the market conditions and creating the market opportunity Promoting the agriculture and creating the new job opportunity Promoting Health and Education Developing the Infrastructure

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Possible New Business Area
• • • • • • Ship Buildings Electricity  Generation Electricity Generation Fishery and Processing CMP  and other labor intensive Industries CMP and other labor intensive Industries Eco Tourism and Resort Forest Plantation

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Who and How to fill their needs
• WHO

• HOW

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– Sympathy y p y – Cooperation – Coordination

– – – –

The government The government The domestic societies The International Societies, bilateral or multilateral The International governments h l

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