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A Resident of Namhsan Hit by a Landmine Near the Army Hill, Both Legs Amputated

Around 2:00 PM on April 22nd, a local resident stepped on a landmine, resulting in both legs being blown off. He lives in the Namhsan Township’s regional administrative office area and works as a mason. While on his day off, he went to a tea plantation to shoot birds, he stepped on a landmine on […]

Statement of the First Ta’ang Women’s Forum

Letter Number 03/2024 March 31, 2024 (a) To seriously implement at least 30% participation of women in every decision-making process and dialogue, including the political and peace process. (b) To draft and enforce gender policies and special protection procedures for women in various organizations and to have separate budgets for gender equality in related governments […]

Two Children in Namhpatkar Injured by Explosion from Playing with Leftover Military Weapons

In Namhpatkar Village, Kutkai Township, northern Shan State, two local children were injured in an explosion while playing with leftover military weapons. Two children, aged 12 and 9, residing in Ward 5 of Namhpatkar Village, were injured when an explosion occurred at 9:00 AM, on February 3 while they were playing with unexploded ordnance in […]

Three children dies due to the explosion while playing not yet exploded weaponry

February 2, 2024 Ta’ang Women’s Organization Today on February 2, at 9:15 am., three children who played an unexploded weapon and exploded, were killed at Kyaung La Ward, Zayanggyi village, Namsan Township, Ta’ang Region, northern Shan State. Mai Anawrahtar, a male villager from Zayanggyi village said, “The children were playing lower part of the village. […]

A Mother and Daughter in Lashio Injured by a Landmine Laid by the Terror Military Council and Urgently Require Medical Assistance

a mother and daughter residing in Namton Village, Sonekwal Village tract, Lashio Township, northern Shan State, were hit by a landmine planted by the Terror Military Council on January 24, at 4:00 PM. Both were seriously injured and are facing difficulties in paying medical expenses. 55-year-old Daw Naing Zay and her 12-year-old daughter, Ma Aye […]