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Estimated Number of Refugees from Myanmar

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Refugees from Myanmar - Total JSON 
34,178
Last updated 03 Jun 2022
Source - UNHCR 
Breakdown by Settlements JSON 
Location name Source Data date Population
Ban Don Yang UNHCR 3 Jun 2022
  2.7%
2,437
Ban Mae Surin UNHCR 3 Jun 2022
  2.1%
1,933
Ban Mai Nai Soi UNHCR 3 Jun 2022
  8.9%
8,111
Mae La UNHCR 3 Jun 2022
  37.4%
34,178
Mae La Oon UNHCR 3 Jun 2022
  9.8%
8,952
Mae Ra Ma Luang UNHCR 3 Jun 2022
  10.8%
9,872
Nu Po UNHCR 3 Jun 2022
  10.3%
9,396
Tham Hin UNHCR 3 Jun 2022
  6.3%
5,734
Umpium UNHCR 3 Jun 2022
  11.7%
10,662

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