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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.
A Karenni women’s group says it will not accept development projects in Kayah State during the current sensitive transitional period, if there is no local cooperation.
A leading international organization, Geneva Call, has said it has found no evidence of violations of child rights in Karenni State under the Karenni National People’s Party (KNPP). The party has also repeatedly called for its removal from a UN list of violators.
Local people were not allowed to gather for a peaceful protest over a dam project dam in Karenni state, despite the hailing by mainly western countries of positive changes in Myanmar after U Thein Sein took office in 2011.
Myanmar troop movements and military construction activities are key issues that need to be addressed in order for the ceasefire process in Karenni State to progress, according to the Karenni National Progressive Party (KNPP).
A construction worker at No.14 Military Training School in Pruso township in Kayah (Karenni) State has been given a life sentence for raping a primary school girl, according to the court.
The Karenni National Progressive Party (KNPP) agreed to hold further peace-talks with the Naypyidaw delegates in early next month and a ceasefire will be a main topic for discussion.

Burma Army gang raped Karenni woman

Written by Kantarawaddy Times Friday, 16 December 2011 09:41

A mother and her six-year-old daughter were on their way to sell snacks on the Shan-Karenni border when Burma Army soldiers arrested them.

Karenni Refugee Camp 1, about a one hour drive from Mae Hong Son City, in northwestern Thailand, is my home. I have lived there among 15,000 of my people for nearly 10 years, after being born in Camp 3, which was an hour’s walk away.

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