Thailand-Myanmar Cross Border Portal
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Information Management Common Service (IMCS)
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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.

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Thousands Rally in Myanmar's Yangon to Change Army-Drafted Constitution
The Straits Times, 28 Feb 2019
YANGON (REUTERS) - Thousands of people rallied in Myanmar's commercial capital on Wednesday (Feb 27) in support ofconstitutional reform, amid mounting tension between the ruling party and the military over changes to the charter that enshrines the army's role in politics. Protesters gathered in the ...
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Airport in Chin State to Open By September 2020
Myanmar Times, 27 Feb 2019
Surbung Airport in Falam Township, Chin State, the first major airport in the state, will open in September 2020, said U Ye Htut Aung, Deputy Director General of the Department of Civil Aviation. Construction of the K 30 billion airport, which began in 2016-17, had originally been scheduled for c...
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Belt and Road Initiative Brings Opportunity to Myanmar: Myanmar State Counselor
Belt and Road Initiative Brings Opportunity to Myanmar: Myanmar State Counselor , 27 Feb 2019
The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) could bring opportunities to Myanmar and the region, Myanmar State Counselor Aung San Suu Kyi said here on Monday. At the first meeting of the steering committee for implementation of tasks relating to the China-proposed Belt with the country's national priorit...
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