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  • Beekeeping by Afghan refugees helps boost Pakistan’s honey business

    news By Qaiser Khan Afridi and Aoife McDonnell in Buner, Pakistan, 08 Apr 2022 (2 years ago )
    High in Pakistan’s rolling hills, a mountain valley is a refuge not only for bees, but also refugees from Afghanistan.
  • Pakistan’s disastrous floods uproot refugees and citizens

    news By Qaiser Khan Afridi in Nowshera, Pakistan, 02 Sep 2022 (1 year ago )
    Afghan refugees are among the 33 million people in Pakistan affected by torrential rains and flooding.
  • UNHCR scales up response to catastrophic floods in Pakistan

    news UNHCR/Humera Karim, 02 Sep 2022 (1 year ago )
    This is a summary of what was said by UNHCR spokesperson Matthew Saltmarsh – to whom quoted text may be attributed – at today's press briefing at the Palais des Nations in Geneva.
  • Gathered Farmers Call on Govt to End Land Grabs

    news Irrawaddy, 20 Aug 2013 (10 years ago )
    RANGOON — About 500 farmers from across Burma gathered at a two-day event in Rangoon this week to call on the government to address the worsening land confiscation issue and to return farmland that was seized under the previous military regime. Desperate farmers addressed the Voice of the Farmer ...
  • Peace Be Dammed

    news Irrawaddy, 17 Aug 2013 (10 years ago )
    CHIANG MAI, Thailand — On May 22, representatives of the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT), accompanied by a team of researchers and students from Bangkok’s Chulalongkorn University, traveled to the remote northern Thai village of Ban Mae Sam Leap in Mae Hong Son Province to meet w...
  • Army MP Halts Talks on Military Land-Grabs in Burma’s Parliament

    news Army MP Halts Talks on Military Land-Grabs in Burma’s Parliament, 16 Aug 2013 (10 years ago )
    RANGOON — A discussion about military land confiscations was halted on Thursday in Burma’s Parliament, after a representative from the army interrupted the proceedings and urged other lawmakers to move onto another topic. Brig-Gen Kyaw Oo Lwin, who was appointed to the legislature and not elected...
  • KNU to control base army to uphold ceasefire

    news Mizzima News, 31 Aug 2013 (10 years ago )
    The Karen National Union (KNU) Commanders’ Conference has decided on August 29, to keep their army under control and uphold ceasefire with the government during the peace reform period. The mid-yearly conference was held at the KNU headquarter in Hlaing Bwae township, Karen state from August 26-2...
  • Naypyitaw: Nationwide ceasefire in October

    news Shan Herald News for Agency, 03 Sep 2013 (10 years ago )
    U Aung Min, Vice Chairman of the Union level Peacemaking Work Committee (UPWC), said on Saturday, 31 August, he was confident the long advertised Nationwide Ceasefire Accord could be signed toward the end of October, according to a report by the Restoration Council of Shan State/Shan State Army (RCS...
  • KNU explains its ceasefire and peace building process to refugees

    news Karen News, 02 Sep 2013 (10 years ago )
    The Karen National Union met with refugees and representatives of civil society organizations in Mae La refugee camp on the Thai Burma border to discuss and explain its ongoing peace building process with the Burma government. The meeting took place on Thursday, August 29 and came on the back of rum...
  • Woman plans to help resolve the conflicts among their locals

    news Kantarawaddy Times, 02 Sep 2013 (10 years ago )
    After KNPP signed the ceasefire agreement, Karenni Woman Organization (KNWO) has come up with three years plan to help resolve the ongoing conflicts among locals during implementing peace process period. During the workshop led by KNWO in Pruso, it stated to participate in solving the conflicts w...