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KNPP meets refugees before coming ceasefire talk Before entering the next meeting with government, Karenni National Progressive Party KNPP gathers public conference with refugees in Thai borders areas to clarify the previous ceasefire agreements and pointed whether the further signing would bring them the real change while military’s issues in the state are still controversial.
Arm groups and state govt partnership to focus healthcare
 A pilot project to develop regional healthcare by Civil Health and Development Network (CHDN), which is grouped with 6 different ceasefire groups, along with the cooperation of State Health Department has been initiated in Karenni State.
KNPP has no decision to join nationwide ceasefire yet One of the ethnic armed groups, Karenni National Progressive Party (KNPP) is absenting for nationwide ceasefire signing, which will be hold in Naypyidaw within this month according to spokesperson.
Cooperation goes no practical in Kayah About 20 months have passed after Karenni National Progressive Party (KNPP) signed cease fire agreement with the government but no cooperation in regional development is found from both parties.
Despite farmers have been requested Government to regain access on their land which is taken over by the military, the state is suspending to take actions on it as there are no directives from Burmese government.
Locals in Hso Lyar Kuu village, Pruso Township, Kayah State, have been asked by No. 531 Light Infantry Unit (Khamaya 531), a Burmese Battalion, to sign a commitment to stop hillside cultivation. Hillside cultivation is the current main income for villagers.
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.

Free ID service draws more applicants

Written by Kantarawaddy Times Tuesday, 25 June 2013 10:33
A Free Identity Card facilitation service offered by the Immigration and National Registration Department of Kayah/Karenni State and the Norway Refugee Council (NRC) is resulting in many more people than usual applying for ID registration, according to U Myint Naing, an official from Demawsoe township.
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