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.

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UNHCR is currently collecting contributions to the IMCS Cross-Border Web Portal from all organisations, particularly information related to activities in South-East Myanmar. If your organisation is interested in sharing information through the IMCS web portal that will assist the refugees, then you may do so by following the guidelines in this document.
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Second bridge to be built from Myawaddy to Mae Sot next year
Eleven Myanmar, 24 Aug 2014
MYAWADDY- Myanmar has agreed to a second Friendship Bridge being built over the River Moei at Myawaddy, where many commodities are traded with business people in Thailand. Construction is expected to start in early 2015 and be completed later in the year. A source who attended a meeting on Fri...
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Thai junta gives stalled Dawei SEZ the green light
DVB, 21 Aug 2014
Thailand’s military regime has given Dawei development the go-ahead, saying the project will help to smooth investment between Thailand and Burma (officially known as Myanmar). The National Council for Peace and Order has agreed that development of the project should proceed as scheduled, said...
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Bridge (7) Pilot projects are not yet possible to resettle
KIC News, 20 Aug 2014
Hpa-An governor Saw Aung Maung Aye told KIC that “two places of pilot project in KNU Bridge (7) called Maw Po Kay and Mae Ta Ray are not yet possible to resettle because of no water, electricity (or) fire, road and land for working.” The area is 200-100 feet wide, wooden house and zinc roof. ...
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