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KAREN REFUGEE COMMITTEE

NEWSLETTER
&
MONTHLY REPORT

JULY, 2010

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Newsletter & Monthly Report
JULY, 2010
IntroductionThe Karen Refugee began to cross into Thailand in 1975, for seeking
shelter as consequences of fighting between the Burmese government and
Karen Ethnic arm group who has been struggling for the national right
since the independence of Burma was granted in 1948. The number of
Refugee crossing in to Thailand gradually increasing at time but
significantly following the four-cut operation which was started on the
eastern ( Karen State ) part of the country in 1974.
Currently, the total number of refugees sheltering in seven camps
along Thai-Burma Border are 141,235. The existing refugee has been
relying on international support for 35 years which cost Billions of Baht
for each year. With both man-made and natural disaster the victims and
refugee are continuously increasing each day. The burden of feeding those
victims and hungry people is heap up on the shoulder of international
support. It’s not a surprise that the donors are getting tired of providing the
never-decrease support. Recently, TBBC call on KRC discussed on the
decreasing of funding support for the refugee and the distribution of yellow
beans will be cut off soon and as well for the years to come. TBBC also
notifies KRC in term of alternative plan as a measure of precaution for
facing the difficulties that lying await ahead of us. For the time being,
KRC is visiting the camp community, clarifies to them the situation which
is expected to be fall soon and that they should prepared themselves to
cooperate with TBBC when the time has arrived for working together to
overcome the misfortune. The camps livelihood Committee has been
formed to cooperate with TBBC livelihood planning stratify to built up the
capacity of community to as much as possible be able to support
themselves in due time.
The existing of Karen Refugee is the consequences of civil war
which started since 1949 and could not be ended so far. We hope for better
situation, but instead, the situation is getting poorer each day. Some split
ethnic arm groups had signed peace agreement with SPDC since years ago.
The SPDC also plan to hold a country- wide election in near future. For the
success of the election, the SPDC has been pressured the ceased- fire group
to be transformed in to Boarder Guide force, to keep them in control.
Never the less, there are still a certain group that refused to sign for being a
BGF. The final solution to the problem for SPDC is to clear off the
remaining faction out of sight. As a result of the threatening and
intensifying pressure on the split faction, over nine hundred civilian in a
number of villages inside Karen state (Burma) has fled to Thai- side on 28-10, at Thay Baw Bo and Maw Ker - Thai sites. The next day, they
returned to their native land as there is no fighting has broken out yet! But,

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they are currently hiding in the jungle a long the western side of Moi River
with anxious of when the fighting will break out.
In Mutraw district, an SPDC troop had shelled for four hour into
Th’da do village and at last they came in to the village and burnt down
some houses. They spend the night there and in the next morning, they set
in fire all the rest of the house including the church and left Villagers were
escaping, and hiding in the jungle and suffered a real hardship as it is a
raining season. When they returned home nothing left for them except heap
of ashes.
Recently, a responsible person who have returned on her visit to the
US resettle refugee stated that there are two main concern a bout the
refugee who had settled in US which are-(1) Language barrier- most of the
refugee who have resettle are lack of English language skill which create
communication difficulty and finally end up in unemployment problem,
hardship for survival and difficulty to integrated themselves among the
community. They were provided with cultural orientation course for a few
days, but the essential language skills require more time to learn. It is,
therefore, a more time for learning required language skills is suggested.
The second concerned is the consequences of the first difficultly.
There are case worker and society that are helping the refugee to be able to
rely on themselves soon after they resettle. For those who already have
some of the language skills are able to adapt themselves in a short time, but
those who have no English language skill are frequently need the
assistance of the supporter. Most of the supporters are voluntary workers
for them who provide free services with small a mount of the financial
support which intern create hardship for their living cost. We are happy of
hearing that the authority (US- states government already keep awareness
in dealing with the circumstances.
For the young people, they have learned a lot of their right and
freedom during their living in the camp but never experience the feeling.
The living in the third country would be their first opportunity to exercise
the knowledge they have learned. But freedom with out good knowledge is
can be dangerous. They ought to educate as well during cultural orientation
that right and freedom are within the line of the rules and acts.

“Any of Your Comment Is welcome”

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K.R.C – Camps – Activities – Report.
July – 2010
Ø

1-7/ 7/10 – KRC, Heath coordinator call on AMI hospital in-charge,
camp committee health in-charge, access on health situation and Diarrhea
cases occurring in Mae La camp.

Ø 5/7/10 – KRC secretary met with ILO deputy liaison officer discussed on
child force labour and child soldier issues; keep informed camp
community to impart any information related to child force labour and
child soldier, and that ILO organization has already been formed in Burma
three year ago.
Ø 5/7/10 – KRC chair person call on ARC Country Director and shared the
information on the need of hospital improvement in Ban Don Yan camp.
The discussion reached agreement that the needed building materials for a
healthier hospital will be delivered after the next four months when the
rain decrease.
Ø 5/7/10 - KRC – Livelihood coordinator attended ZOA organized
Confidence Development and Capacity building – CDCB meeting and
discuss on the activities of education, livelihood and vocational training
being implementing in the camp.
Ø 6/7/10 – KRC met with TBBC (Sam); discussed on boarding house
student’s in the camps need for food. It was suggested that the number of
students must be submitted according to the form, to received food
.
Ø 6/7/10 – KRC chair person continue his journey to Sanklaburi, met with
KRC branch coordinator and Htam Hin camp leader and discussed the
situation of hospital and education in the camp.
Ø 7/710- KRC-CMSP and TBBC capacity building officer review the
activities done in 2010; discussed on the issues of child minder, new arrival
committee, livelihood committee, judiciary of umphiem camp, CMSP
contract, CMSP staff recruitment, training for new arrival committee,
CMSP problem solving, training for narrative report writing and office
structure of KRC branches.
Ø 8/7/10- KRC livelihood coordinator attended livelihood coordination
working group meeting at ZOA’s office. Every participant ie- ARC,
COERR, HI, JRS, TBBC, WEAVE, ZOA and VSO present their planned
activities which has been implementing in the camp and the development
situation up to present, 2010.

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Ø 10/7/10 - KRC health coordinator together with social affair and
assistance social affair coordinator attended medic meeting in Mae La
camp. Hospital in-charge briefed on the decreased in Health funding
support and its consequences impart on patient referring to the general
hospital at Mae Sot.
Ø 20/7/10 – KRC assistance social affair coordinator call on Nu Po camp
committee to reassure the required informations of students data
collection.
Ø 20/7/10- KRC livelihood coordinator together with ZOA and ADRA
responsible persons call on education, livelihood, VT and camp,
committees in Ban Dong Yan; discussed the current and future plan
activity for 2011 and visit VT work site. Similar activities were done on
22nd, 27th and 28th at Htam Hin, Mae La Mat luang and Mae La Oon
respectively.
Ø 23/7/10 – A team of KRC committee members visited Nu Po Camp and
held a meeting which participants involve camp committee, section
leaders, security members, camp committee members and CBOs. The
information shared were TBBC’s building materials delivery problem,
education assistance, and funding decreased for refugee food supply and
food saving awareness.
- Similar activities were done in Umphiem, Mae La Mat Luang and Mae La
Oon on 24-27 and 28 respectively.

A Glance at KRCEE
Karen Refugee Committee Education Entity (KRCEE) is formed as
part of KRC which play a coordinating role of education in all Karen Refugee
camps. ZOA is a partner closely working with KRCEE and that provide
school materials and other school needs materials for the students; provides
support for teachers and training for capacity building of the teachers. World
education (WE) and ZOA are also partners which provide needed support
for Institute of Higher Education (IHE). The aim of KRCEE is to educate
the young people so that they may one day become the community leaders
with the ability of good judgment.
(1) All KRCEE activities is coordinate by a board of director which
intern supervise by KRC Education coordinator. The
responsibility sharing among the board members includes
visiting Office of Camp Education Entity (OCEE), school
teachers; provide necessary advice for camp education, delivery
of school and teachers support, developing curriculum, monitor
and access on education activity in the camp and coordinating in
the implementation of IHE. The activity of different sector
include;

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(2)

Basic education, call on and provide advice for RTT, and
teachers in the camps, collecting data, school teachers and
students statistic, but the process will be finalized in August.

(3)

Higher education; the responsible person call on respective IHE
school, access the situation and provide necessary suggestion.

(4)

Regional officer; the regional officer in turn provide capacity
building to RTT as well as school teachers after having the
training from ZOA. Capacity building team.

(5)

Office administration; responsible to overseen, and provide all
necessary support for different sectors, that is – traveling
document, delivery of school material, organizing inter - office
meeting, running office routine, uses of office vehicles and
communicate with related organization for collaboration.

We shall always be grateful to the Thai people and Government for their sympathy and
understanding in allowing us safe refuge. We are also indebted to the NGOs for their
Supports and Services.
TBBC – Support in Food and Shelter Material. TBBC is also supporting with warm
clothing for all the
camps. TBBC is Supporting with Camps Management
program to help with Administration,
Management Stability improvements in all
(7) Camps.
-- Has been providing KRC with administrative & organizational Support.
It has also supported with remuneration for KRC members and workers.
MSF – Support in Medical and Health facilities.
AMI – Support in Medical and Health facilities.
ARC – Support in Medical and Health facilities.
M.I (Malteser International) formerly MHD – Support in Medical and Health facilities.
ZOA (ABW aid) – Support in Educational facilities Teachers' Training.
World Education 
– Support Institute of Higher Education.
TOPS – Support in Educational facilities Nurseries.
COERR – Rice and Educational support. EVI – To be involved with Extremely
Vulnerable people, care
and support.
H.I – Support for Refugee Handicaps with Prosthesis and rehabilitation and also year –
end sporting events
for Handicaps.
UNHCR – For Registration Process Protection and Ultimate Safe Repatriation. Now
helping with
Resettlement.
SMRU – Support with Malaria Control, Prevention and Treatment.
SVA – To support with Libraries in the camps.
PPAT – Parenthood Planning Association Thailand – Supporting with Family Planning
and Preventive/
Education in Refugee Camps.
SOLIDARITES – Support the Burmese refugees in the camp addressing sanitation
issues.
RIGHT TO PLAY - Support children physical and sports.
Address: P.O Box- 5, Mae Sot, Tak-63110, Thailand. Ø
E- Mail: krc.academic@gmail.com.
Fax:

(055) Intl: +66 55 532 947.
(055) Intl: +66 55 546 869

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Monthly Population Report in Camps ( July - 2010 )

Camp
No.families
Mae La
5,659
Umphiem
2,737
Nu Po
2,174
Htam Hin
890
Ban Dong Yang
684
Mae Rama Luang
2,197
Mae La Oon
2,518
Total
16,859

Camp
Mae La
Umphiem
Nu Po
Htam Hin
Ban Dong Yang
Mae Rama Luang
Mae La Oon
Total

Camp
Mae La
Umphiem
Nu Po
Htam Hin
Ban Dong Yang
Mae Rama Luang
Mae La Oon
Total

Number of Registered people in camps
Over-12 Yrs
6 - 12 Yrs
M
F
M
F
7,952
4,522
2,855
1,247
961
3,803
3,982
25,322

8,511
4,485
2,842
1,350
1,059
3,877
4,034
26,158

2,655
1,074
765
453
250
1,350
1,310
7,857

2,506
980
760
397
251
1,269
1,254
7,417

Under 5 Yrs
M
F
2,429
1,001
834
328
247
885
1,000
6,724

2,233
946
797
319
260
973
934
6,462

Number of PAB, POC, PRE-SCREENING in camps
Over-12 Yrs
6 - 12 Yrs
Under 5 Yrs
M
F
M
F
M
F
No.families
527
2,633
814
151
105
25
4,255

1,016
2,410
1,052
337
502
269
5,586

779
2,003
955
333
475
172
4,717

103
453
211
62
77
14
920

98
427
193
64
55
13
850

Number of new arrival in camps
Over-12 Yrs
6 - 12 Yrs
M
F
M
F
No.families
6,540
3,877
120
100
60
811
454
11,962

7,094
4,292
70
430
92
1,609
830
14,417

6,248
3,661
94
446
114
1,765
765
13,093

1,710
1,265
24
126
14
560
244
3,943

1,621
1,023
21
125
29
550
305
3,674

83
376
263
51
39
11
823

70
421
264
49
29
4
837

Under 5 Yrs
M
F
768
697
17
72
33
334
236
2,157

689
568
18
83
28
296
237
1,919

Total
26,286
13,008
8,853
4,094
3,028
12,157
12,514
79,940

Total

2,149
6,090
2,938
896
1,177
483
13,733

Total
18,130
11,506
244
1,282
310
5,114
2,617
39,203

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Camp
Mae La
Umphiem
Nu Po
Htam Hin
Ban Dong Yang
Mae Rama Luang
Mae La Oon
Total

Number of Outside Student in Camps
Over-12 Yrs
6 - 12 Yrs
No.families
M
F
M
F
16

16

Camp
No.families
Mae La
9,450
Umphiem
4,556
Nu Po
4,958
Htam Hin
1,558
Ban Dong Yang
1,055
Mae Rama Luang
3,075
Mae La Oon
3,010
Total
27,662

Camp
No.families
Mae La
11,839
Umphiem
7,157
Nu Po
4,928
Htam Hin
1,801
Ban Dong Yang
895
Mae Rama Luang
3,134
Mae La Oon
2,997
Total
32,751

2,247
162
433
13
57
515
659
4,086

1,260
131
389
22
75
476
482
2,835

418
44
56
0
36
70
53
677

Under 5 Yrs
M
F
335
27
42
0
23
38
36
501

17
0
4
0
1
2
6
30

22
0
0
0
2
1
0
25

Total
4,299
364
924
35
194
1,102
1,236
8,154

Feeding Figure in Camps
Over-12 Yrs
6 - 12 Yrs
M
F
M
F

Under 5 Yrs
M
F

Total

14,322
6,242
5,805
2,571
1,359
6,049
5,380
41,728

2,403
1,231
1,229
581
332
1,184
1,216
8,176

39,066
17,731
16,192
7,967
4,370
18,446
15,957
119,729

13,968
5,786
5,370
2,572
1,611
6,181
5,157
40,645

3,228
1,724
1,307
852
362
1,986
1,510
10,969

2,818
1,635
1,255
816
367
1,831
1,537
10,259

2,327
1,113
1,226
575
339
1,215
1,157
7,952

General Population in Camps
Over-12 Yrs
6 - 12 Yrs
M
F
M
F

Under 5 Yrs
M
F

Total

17,293
10,018
5,767
2,726
1,447
6,481
5,740
49,472

3,214
1,781
1,231
663
332
1,280
1,253
9,754

48,715
27,064
16,111
8,309
4,428
19,758
16,850
141,235

16,019
9,062
5,329
2,751
1,581
6,641
5,453
46,836

4,783
2,489
1,298
788
362
2,091
1,621
13,432

4,462
2,130
1,250
715
367
1,942
1,608
12,474

2,944
1,584
1,236
666
339
1,323
1,175
9,267

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