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KAREN REFUGEE COMMITTEE

NEWSLETTER

&

MONTHLY REPORT

JUNE, 2010
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Newsletter & Monthly Report


June, 2010
Six months has passed with out particular difficulty in the delivery
and support of food, health, education and human right successfully.
Though the life of refugee living in the camps is incomparable to the
legal status peoples, surely, it’s by far better than the life of Internally
Displace Person (IDP) along the border and thousands of people living
without enough food in Burma.

The theme, UNHCR chose for this year is “HOME”. It reminds us


35-years ago when 2000 Karen people had crossed the Salween River in
to neighboring country seeking for shelter and left behind their HOME,
the land, possession and relatives. Though ten of thousands of people had
left for resettlement still many are looking forward to the opportunity to
see their HOME and native place which they left since 1975. Even some
peoples who had resettled to the third country sometimes claim to miss
and yearn to see their HOME in Burma.

On 18th June 2010 “world refugee day” was celebrated in some


camps, significantly, with the participation of fellow ethnic groups, in
Mae La camp. The agenda includes formal message of head of UNHCR,
entitle “HOME” in Burmese and followed by ethnic cultural
performance. The honor guesses were welcome with the reception of
ethnic national food. The question, “were you happy in this refugee day?”
was raised, but it hard for them to answer; the only answer they respond
was “we love our HOME” “we want to go HOME”.

For the 25th anniversary of working for the refugee sheltering in 9


camps along Thai – Burma Border, TBBC printed a book “Nine
Thousand Night” to keep inform it’s partners, Donors and interest
persons with respect to what was happened and what is going on among
the refugee community. In general, it seems the name “Nine Thousand
Nights” has nothing to deal with the refugee, but in reality, it is the
duration that TBBC has been working to support the refugee living in
camps for twenty-five years which were about Nine thousand days, as
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well as nights. So, what is the difference between day and night? During
day time, people can see, whether beautiful or ugly, good or bad, and
pleasant or danger. What contradict to the day and night, which then, all
the good persons and good spirit are at rest during the night while the evil
spirits are active in those unlucky- hours.
For the Karen and other ethnic refugee community, the nine
thousand days as well as nights are really unlucky duration referring to
night, for villages were destroyed and deserted. Many innocent civilians
were killed, tortured, oppressed, women are raped, mothers’ tear drop,
children crying, innocent’s blood shed, and the native place become
desolate. Certainly, the name “Nine Thousand Nights” is matched the
refugee and their environment situation since Twenty – five years ago
and up to present.
We hope none of the refugee does want to see the any anniversary
of nine thousand nights evermore. Instead of resettlement, refugee people
would rather prefer repatriation with dignity. Many resettle people agree
that resettlement is not the best, while some are enjoyed their new life. At
the same time some are still missing their HOME and native land.
When shall we be able to go HOME?

“Any of Your Comment Is Appreciated”

K.R.C – Camps – Activities – Report.


June – 2010

Ø 1/ 6/10 – KRC, CMSP and TBBC Capacity Building officer held a


meeting at KRC office, Discussing the following Topics; -
(1) Planning for KRC bi-annual meeting
(2) Signing KRC's contract
(3) Briefing on KRC staff policy
(4) Translation of policy manual into Burmese and Karen language.

Ø 2/6/10 - KRC livelihood coordinator attended livelihood program


meeting at TBBC office - Mae Sot. The representatives present were
TBBC, COEER, HI and ZOA.

Ø 3/6/10 – KRC members met with Mae La Camp committee for


preparation of KRC bi-annual meeting which will be held on 22-
23/6/2010 in Mae La.
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Ø 4/6/10 - KRC livelihood coordinator met with ADRA at KRC office in


related to KRC livelihood and VT structure.

Ø 4/6/10 - KRC representatives attended SGBV reconcile meeting held at


9:00 am-5:00 pm, coordinated by KRC, at Wattana resort. The
participated NGOs were ARC, IRC, LAC, COEER, AMI, UNHCR, and
TBBC. The community base organizations were KRC, KRCEE, KWO
and the representative of MLO, MRML, ML, UMP and NP camps. The
resolution came up with during the meeting were-
- To rename SGBV to Community Peace Team (CPT)
- To reform the structure,
- The CPT will be under KRC social affair structure.

Ø 5/6/10 - KRC's secretary, Mae La camp leader and head of Mae La


camp judiciary team met with LAC coordinator in LAC office, discussed
about the following issued.
(1) Technical support of LAC.
(2) LAC will draft the judicial procedure for camp and submit it to
KRC than KRC and camp committee will clarify it before the next action is
taken.
(3) The pilot project will be implemented in Mae La camp for the structure
and procedure of the legal system.

Ø 7/6/10 – KRC executive committee discussed to improve KRC's staff


appraisal.

Ø 8/6/10 - KRC joint secretary attended the protection and promotion of


children right (CPPCR) meeting.

Ø 8/6/10 - ARC (Chuck) calls on KRC chairperson together with Sancho


and Naw Say Say; discussed on the dispute happening among health
officer and local staff. It was agree that a consulting meeting beheld later
which the participants include KRC, ARC and local staff should be
present at the reconciliation meeting.

Ø 11/6/10 – KRC, livelihood /VT coordinator met with ADRA, ZOA at


KRC office, discussed on the situation of 2010 July - December budget,
and KRC livelihood budget planning for 2011.

Ø 11/6/10 – Assistant social affair in-charge visited injured people of a car


accident that took place in Nupo camp during road repairing.
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Ø 14/6/10 - KRC social affair coordinator organized a meeting at Mae La


Oo camp. The participants involves (5) CoC committee, camp
committee, total (27) persons. The issues focused were social problems
in camp and how to solve the problems, and reporting system.

Ø 16/6/10 - Similar activities was done in Mae Ra Ma Luang camp.

Ø 22/10/2010 - KRC bi-annual meeting held at Mae La camp. The


participants were main and branch KRC members, invited camp
representative from (7) camps.
The topic discussed during the meeting were;-
(1) - KRC vision and activities,
(2) - KRC six months report by secretary, and the topic cover KRC
activity, health, education, social affair and VT,
(3) - KRC /CMSP staff policy,
(4) - Bi-annual report of respective camp,
(5) - CMSP financial support, extra needs,
(6) - Discussion on problem arising in the reports and action needs to
be taken and
(7) – Revision of the year - 2010 KRC activity planning.
.
Ø 30/6/10 - KRC and KRC-EE director met with USCRI-United State
Committee for Refugee and Immigrant country director Mr.veerawitt
Tanchainan and colleagues at KRCEE office. The topic discuss is for
preparing a proposal of camp student access to Thai school project; The
questions raised were:-

- What would be KRCEE opinion?


- How to work together?
- Is there any risk in this project? And
- USCRI, NSC, MOE, and university will involve in this project.

Ratchaburi Branch Activity

Ø 3/6/10 – KRC’s branch in-charge held a meeting with Pala and sharing
general information.
Ø 9/6/10 – Accompany Thai intelligent to the camp.
Ø 9/6/10 – Facilitate Chulalongkong university students’ team surveying to
camp.
Ø 15/6/10 – Meeting with CMSP (Mae Sot) and TBBC officer on camp
management issue.
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Ø 17/6/10 – UN and camp committee meet for planning the refugee day
ceremony.

Ø 19/6/10 – Attended the KRC mid-year meeting which was held in Mae
La camp, Tak area.

Ø 22/6/10 – celebrated Refugee day in camp with Thai vice province


officer, UNHCR, NGOs representatives and guests.

Saklaburi Branch Activity

Ø 19-23/6/10 – KRC branch in-charge attend the mid-year meeting in Mae


La Camp.

Education
Education department of Karen Refugee Committee (KRC) was established
in April 2009 and it is known as KRC-Education Entity (KRCEE). The
camp education management is under KRCEE local institution (camp level)
known as Office of Camp Education Entity (OCEE). The KRCEE works
in management of camp education administration.

The 2010-11 school years started on May 17 and gradually all the schools in
the seven Karen camps are fully start to teach in the first week of June.

There are three level of education in the camps—Pre-kindergarten, Basic


Education (Kindergarten - 12th Grade) and Post 12th Grade schools (higher
education).

School Statistics
The school statistics— student information, teachers and others education
statistics-- for this academic year is being collected and the first data will be
available in August.

Since the beginning of 2009, the US resettlement program has extended to


Mae Ra Ma Luang and Mae La Oon camps and the first departure groups
took place in the first six month of this year. Due to this, it affect this school
year teacher and student statistic stability in the two camps. Nevertheless,
the camp education authorities and school administrators are trying their
best to make sure that teacher turnover for resettlement would not affect
the schools by recruiting more teachers who do not plan for resettlement.

The remaining other five camps has low teacher turnover at the first month
of school year.
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School Facilities
For 2010-2011 school year, a number of schools are renovated meaning as
many schools previously supported by ICS (which stop funding the camp
schools in 2008) could not get school building and renovation material.
Nevertheless, schools which are supported by ZOA-Thailand are able to
construct their school building from thatch, bamboo and wooden poles to a
semi permanent kind— with tin roof, fiber wall and cement floors.
Generally, the schools buildings renovation or construction is partly
supported by respective school's parents, missionaries' education projects,
and camp education NGOs.

The number of student per class for this year range between 35 - 40.

Stationeries
For this school year stationeries for schools are mainly supported by ZOA-
Thailand. KRCEE also could raise some stationery from other religious
organisations and from World Education (W/E).

School construction, supplies and stationeries in the camp is mainly


supported by ZOA-Thailand for this school year.

Basic Education
Basic education program started at age 5 to 18 or Kindergarten to 12th
Grade. There are 68 basic education schools in seven Karen camps. Almost
all of the school use KRCEE curricula, which consist of Language (Karen,
Burmese, and English), Mathematics, Sciences, Social Studies (Geography,
History, culture, Environment, Civic) and Health/Hygiene.

Most of basic education schools are supported by ZOA-Thailand and the


support includes student textbook, school construction material, teacher
training and teachers' teaching capacity building, teacher subsidies, school
management development and curriculum development activities.

There are also some mission schools in camps where it teach other
curriculum and support by missions.
Since 2008-2009, the camp basic education schools start to introduce and
pilot "Thai Language" subject from 4th Grade and this school year it covers
all the 4th to 12th Grade.

Higher Education
There are six higher education (post 12th Grade) schools which are affiliated
under the Institute of Higher Education (IHE)-- Pu Taw Memorial Junior
College (Mae La), Northern Karen Junior College (Mae La Oon), Mae Ra
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Moe Junior College (Mae Rama Luang), Kaw La Junior College (Umpiem),
Pu Duplaya Junior College (Nu Poe) and Tanawtari Junior College (TJC).
There are about 10 other post secondary schools offering higher education
opportunities for the high school graduates, who were not accepted by the
programs mentioned above.

The higher education was supported by World Education (W/E), ZOA-


Thailand, Child’s Dream Foundation, and other NGOs. The higher
education schools/colleges under IHE have common curricula which
comprised of lower division and upper division with total of 140 credit
hours of learning. The lower division offers the liberal studies area that
required all the students to study most commons subjects (learning areas)
and the upper division will offer streaming areas.

In April 2010, the first batch of lower division was commenced in 5 schools.
The upper division for "education program" is started this academic year in
Mae La at Pu Taw Memorial Junior College (PTMJC) with 22 students and
“Public Health” program is starting this academic year in Umphiem at Kaw
Lah Junior College with 24 students.

IHE program in six camps total student intake number for this academic
year is more than 250.

Camp Level Education Flagship development


KRCEE is aiming to move forward to "Quality Education" intervention in
the area of "transforming education" so that the curriculum meets the local
needs and education personnel/teachers are become agents for changes.

The KRCEE together with ZOA, works on the establishment of camp level
education committees and are planning to facilitate ongoing training for
education committees/personnel towards "quality education". As until of
June all the camp has education committees that is known as "Committees
of Camp Education Entity" this will act as anchor and advisory board for
camp education work.

We shall always be grateful to the Thai people and Government for their sympathy and
understanding in allowing us safe refuge. We are also indebted to the NGOs for their
Supports and Services.
TBBC – Support in Food and Shelter Material. TBBC is also supporting with warm
clothing for all the camps. TBBC is Supporting with Camps Management
program to help with Administration, Management Stability improvements in
all (7) Camps.
-- Has been providing KRC with administrative & organizational Support.
It has also supported with remuneration for KRC members and workers.
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MSF – Support in Medical and Health facilities.


AMI – Support in Medical and Health facilities.
ARC – Support in Medical and Health facilities.
M.I (Malteser International) formerly MHD – Support in Medical and Health
facilities.
ZOA (ABW aid) – Support in Educational facilities Teachers' Training.
World Education – Support Institute of Higher Education.

TOPS – Support in Educational facilities Nurseries.


COERR – Rice and Educational support. EVI – To be involved with Extremely
Vulnerable people, care and support.
H.I – Support for Refugee Handicaps with Prosthesis and rehabilitation and also year –
end sporting events for Handicaps.
UNHCR – For Registration Process Protection and Ultimate Safe Repatriation. Now
helping with Resettlement.
SMRU – Support with Malaria Control, Prevention and Treatment.
SVA – To support with Libraries in the camps.
PPAT – Parenthood Planning Association Thailand – Supporting with Family Planning
and Preventive/ Education in Refugee Camps.
SOLIDARITES – Support the Burmese refugees in the camp addressing sanitation
issues.
RIGHT TO PLAY - Support children physical and sports.
Address: P.O Box- 5, Mae Sot, Tak-63110, Thailand. Ø (055) Intl: +66 55
532 947.
E- Mail: krc.academic@gmail.com. Fax: (055) Intl: +66 55
546 869
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Monthly Population Report in Camps ( June - 2010 )

Number of Registered people in camps


Over-12 Yrs 6 - 12 Yrs Under 5 Yrs Total
Camp No.families M F M F M F
Mae La 5,307 7,977 8,530 2,659 2,513 2,395 2,195 26,269
Umphiem 2,739 4,503 4,491 1,074 980 993 939 12,980
Nu Po 2101 2892 2884 774 765 832 787 8,934
Htam Hin 895 1263 1364 464 401 324 317 4,133
Ban Dong Yang 685 963 1063 251 250 236 260 3,023
Mae Rama Luang 2,262 4,047 4,001 1,400 1,298 910 977 12,633
Mae La Oon 2,565 4,117 4,126 1,368 1,307 1,011 938 12,867
Total 16,554 25,762 26,459 7,990 7,514 6,701 6,413 80,839

Number of PAB, POC, PRE-SCREENING in camps


Over-12 Yrs 6 - 12 Yrs Under 5 Yrs Total
Camp No.families M F M F M F
Mae La
Umphiem 527 1,016 779 103 98 83 68 2,147
Nu Po 2633 2410 2003 453 427 376 421 6,090
Htam Hin 814 1052 953 211 193 260 255 2,924
Ban Dong Yang 151 337 334 62 64 51 49 897
Mae Rama Luang 105 502 475 78 56 37 30 1,178
Mae La Oon 27 266 174 17 15 25 10 507
Total 4,257 5,583 4,718 924 853 832 833 13,743

Number of new arrival in camps


Over-12 Yrs 6 - 12 Yrs Under 5 Yrs Total
Camp No.families M F M F M F
Mae La 6,540 7,094 6,248 1,710 1,621 768 689 18,130
Umphiem 3,877 4,292 3,661 1,265 1,023 694 562 11,497
Nu Po 120 70 94 24 21 17 18 244
Htam Hin 131 375 387 100 104 66 70 1,102
Ban Dong Yang 60 86 106 14 12 28 25 271
Mae Rama Luang 748 1481 1635 491 491 299 279 4,676
Mae La Oon 528 882 813 295 319 220 241 2,770
Total 12,004 14,280 12,944 3,899 3,591 2,092 1,884 38,690
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Number of Outside Student in Camps


Over-12 Yrs 6 - 12 Yrs Under 5 Yrs Total
Camp No.families M F M F M F
Mae La 2,247 1,260 418 335 17 22 4,299
Umphiem 17 280 191 44 27 2 0 544
Nu Po 433 389 56 42 4 0 924
Htam Hin 13 22 0 0 0 0 35
Ban Dong Yang 59 75 35 22 3 4 198
Mae Rama Luang 403 381 58 30 2 1 875
Mae La Oon 664 518 52 34 6 11 1,285
Total 17 4,099 2,836 663 490 34 38 8,160

Feeding Figure in Camps


Over-12 Yrs 6 - 12 Yrs Under 5 Yrs Total
Camp No.families M F M F M F
Mae La 9,450 14,322 13,968 3,228 2,818 2,403 2,327 39,066
Umphiem 4,558 6,322 5,834 1,726 1,642 1,218 1,100 17,842
Nu Po 4,958 5,805 5,370 1,307 1,255 1,229 1,226 16,192
Htam Hin 1,500 2,337 2,178 788 761 523 542 7,129
Ban Dong Yang 1,063 1,462 1,605 358 335 312 289 4,361
Mae Rama Luang 3,095 6,028 6,168 1,953 1,789 1,192 1,207 18,337
Mae La Oon 3,055 5,865 5,522 1,691 1,648 1,255 1,203 17,184
Total 27,679 42,141 40,645 11,051 10,248 8,132 7,894 120,111

General Population in Camps


Over-12 Yrs 6 - 12 Yrs Under 5 Yrs Total
Camp No.families M F M F M F
Mae La 12,207 15,071 14,778 4,369 4,134 3,163 2,884 44,399
Umphiem 7,160 10,118 9,122 2,486 2,128 1,772 1,569 27,195
Nu Po 4,958 5,805 5,370 1,307 1,255 1,229 1,226 16,192
Htam Hin 1,834 2,687 2,704 773 698 650 642 8,154
Ban Dong Yang 910 1,445 1,578 362 348 318 338 4,389
Mae Rama Luang 3,178 6,654 6,718 2,093 1,931 1,303 1,325 20,024
Mae La Oon 3,120 5,929 5,631 1,732 1,675 1,262 1,200 17,429
Total 33,367 47,709 45,901 13,122 12,169 9,697 9,184 137,782
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