The UN children’s agency (UNICEF) and Burma’s government reiterated their goal of spending $5.9 million this year on landmine risk education, victims’ assistance, capacity-building and other related projects as a ceremony was held yesterday to mark International Day for Mine Awareness and Assistance in Mine Action.
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In the central Burmese township of Kawlin, volunteers are working around the clock to save villagers from swelling floodwaters.
Survey-based investigation finds that disability rates in Irrawaddy division soared in the past decade and are now Burma’s highest
Jun 5, 2008 (DVB), Despite the Burmese regime's promise to prosecute anyone found misappropriating cyclone aid, Bogalay residents claim local authorities are openly selling international relief supplies for their own[…]