Thailand-Myanmar Cross Border Portal
Information Management Common Service (IMCS)
Information Management Common Service (IMCS)
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Welcome to the Information Management Common Service Portal
The Information Management Common Service Portal is open to all humanitarian organizations as a way to help disseminate information that will assist refugees - in the nine Temporary Shelters located along Thailand’s border with Myanmar - in reaching freely informed decisions concerning their future lives, including the possibility of a voluntary return home. The information will be up-to-date and accurate, of a non-political and impartial nature concerning the socio-economic, human development and humanitarian activities taking place in southeast Myanmar.
  • Myanmar Census 2014 scheduled from 30th March - 10 April 24 Mar 2014
    Myanmar Census 2014 scheduled from 30th March - 10 April
    24 Mar 2014
     
    UNFPA
     
    http://countryoffice.unfpa.org/myanmar/census/
  • UNHCR Cross Border Bulletin #3 Released 04 Feb 2014
    UNHCR Cross Border Bulletin #3 Released
    04 Feb 2014
  • The Mae Ra Ma Luang camp committee constructed a bridge for pedestrians and vehicles with support from both refugees and residents of local villages. 09 Jan 2014
    The Mae Ra Ma Luang camp committee constructed a bridge for pedestrians and vehicles with support from both refugees and residents of local villages.
    09 Jan 2014
    The Mae Ra Ma Luang camp committee constructed a bridge for pedestrians and vehicles with support from both refugees and residents of local villages.
     
    UNHCR
  • International Peace Day - arts and writing competition 08 Oct 2013
    International Peace Day - arts and writing competition
    08 Oct 2013
    UNHCR sponsored an art & writing competition in the three camp in Tak province as well as migrant schools in the Mae Sot area. The competition is themed “Dreams for Peace” to celebrate the International Day of Peace on 21 September. The contest was initially run between 16-3 September. Top prizes in each category and age group are to be awarded at the International Day of Peace celebrations in the camps on 20-21 September.

    The photo displayed on the left is the winning drawing from Mae La Camp.
     
    UNHCR
     
    http://data.unhcr.org/thailand/storyline.php?Lang=EN
  • 16 Days of Activism against Sexual and Gender Based Violence 11 Dec 2013
    16 Days of Activism against Sexual and Gender Based Violence
    11 Dec 2013
     
    UNHCR

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Draft Constitution likely to be unveiled after nationwide ceasefire
Eleven Media, 19 Apr 2014
The United Nationalities Federal Council and the United Nationalities Alliance are expected to release their joint-draft of the Constitution following the nationwide ceasefire agreement, says Aye Tha Aung, member of Drafting Advisory Committee. “The bill is nearly completed with the English vers...
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Amid peace talks, health cooperation in Karen State sends positive signals
Democratic Voice of Burma, 18 Apr 2014
Over six decades of civil war in Eastern Burma, civilians fled en masse over the border to Thailand in search of basic necessities – physical security, food, medicine. But now, glimmers of hope are shining through back home. A nationwide ceasefire process is underway, and the government has sig...
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Myanmar to stay on reform path, says adviser, but changes will be gradual
today, 17 Apr 2014
Myanmar’s political reforms will continue and more changes can be expected after the election next year, but the push towards democracy will be gradual, said a top adviser to the government. “Hopefully, we will have all political parties being involved and hopefully it will be a free election...
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