More than two thousand Shwebo residents who have not returned home for more than two years are in need of emergency assistance More than two thousand Shwebo residents who have not returned home for more than two years are in need of emergency assistance

More than two thousand Shwebo residents who have not returned home for more than two years are in need of emergency assistance

More than two thousand Shwebo residents who have not returned home for more than two years are in need of emergency assistance
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Sagaing Division, who had to flee to safety because of the fighting, More than 2,000 residents of Shwebo Township have not been able to return to their homes for nearly two years, and are facing livelihood difficulties, according to people helping war refugees.

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"The food situation is quite difficult. The entire village is fleeing."

It is said that their villages were burned to the ground and that the Military Council troops are still stationed there.

A resident of the fleeing village of Santhid told RFA that because he has been avoiding the war for almost two years without a job, his food is more difficult than living.

"They are running as a family without a job, so it's just a matter of food at the moment," he said. The place to stay is next to the monasteries. Food is quite difficult. The whole village is running away. Now I live in the forest. They are living and working."

Among the war victims, the elderly and those in poor health are suffering from seasonal flu, so they need emergency medicine, the refugees said.

A resident of Shah Tow, who did not want to be named, told RFA that they had to flee without having time to carry anything, so they are living with the help of donors and are currently suffering from various difficulties.

"At the moment, we have to depend on other people's feeding and feeding, and we have to live in small places where we are dependent. It is not very convenient for us to return to the village. Finally, we are still wearing waistcloths given to us by others. There are no blankets to cover us, dan pots and cups to cook with. As usual, the column goes in and out like this, so they run away calmly. They don't have time to carry anything."

Ko Uao, a Shwebo resident, told RFA that war refugees want to return to their homes to work and eat, but they are unable to return to their homes due to lack of security.

"In order to return home, they are shooting and clearing with heavy weapons, so it is very difficult for our people to risk their lives and return. I can't go back. If you return, there is no life insurance anymore, It's not safe at all anymore."

A person helping war-affected refugees told RFA that they are helping as much as they can with basic food items for food.

"Food is rice, oil, Medicines, etc., as much as possible, even if there is not enough, we provide assistance to small emergency areas. It's already raining, so the twenty-foot umbrellas are also helping. Humanitarian organizations also get as much as they can."

RFA tried several times to contact Social Welfare Minister U Nyunt Win Aung, Spokesperson for Sagaing Region of the Military Council, and Deputy Permanent Secretary Daw Khin Maynu, Spokesperson for the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement, but were unsuccessful.

According to the statement of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) on May 3, there are 18.6 million people in need of humanitarian assistance in Myanmar, of which 12.9 million people are facing food shortages.

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