List of Villages in Myanmar

Villages in Myanmar

Show more >> - Download Myanmar font. Zone, District, Township, Ward or Village-tract, and define their functions and duties. e. Old and new names for cities and places in Burma (Myanmar). Current name for administrative regions, old name for administrative regions, current name Alternative name: Township Paletwa, some villages;

state Rakhine: Cities in Tamu District, Myanmar.


I' m a rockingya man working with an NGO. I' d like to help my fellowship, which was known in the whole wide globe as fugitives. At work I have learnt a lot about refugee Rohingyas and would like to lead them to a peaceable and harmonic one. Published on March 22, 2012 in Uncategorized and tagged Arakan State, Rakhine State, ROHRINGYA, ROHRINGYA Blogs, United, Unity ROHRINGYA, Unity, Unity.

Burma cultivates 55 Rohingya villages

Myanmar's Myanmar administration has freed at least 55 Rohingya villages from all structure and flora, as well as the sites of horrors, to eradicate proof of crime against Human ity, Human Right Watch said today. Most of these villages were among the 362 villages that have been totally or partly burned down since 25 August 2017 during the Army Corps that sent almost 700,000 Rohingyas to Bangladesh.

"Much of these villages were sites of horrors against Rohingyas and should be maintained so that the UN-appointed specialists can correctly assess the proof of identification of those responsible," said Brad Adams, Asia Executive of the New York-based Global watchdog. Myanmar's authorities have previously argued that village bulldocing is part of a village reconstruction programme so that displaced people can return to their place of provenance or closest to their place of provenance when they return under a return agreement between Bangladesh and Myanmar.

In Bangladesh, Myanmar has provided a list of over 8,000 Rohingyas, but no escapees have yet repatriated. Under the agreement, Myanmar will check the Rohingya's place of residency on the basis of residency papers or information they provide about their homes, colleges or missions in Rakhine.

However, HRW says, the bulldocing of these areas is threatening to wipe out both the memories and the juridical rights of the Rohingyas who were living there. "Evacuating tens of villages by the administration only increases the concern that Rohingya homes can be returned," Adams said. At the beginning of this weeks, the Arakan project, which is documenting abuse against the Rohingyas in Rakhine, said Myanmar's Myanmar administration is planning the site of a Rohingya massive burial in Maung Nu in the community of Buthidaung.

In the meantime, Burma's Minister of Social Affairs, Aid and Relocation Mr Win Myat Aye said on Wednesday that it took his administration about two months to review the first list of more than 8,000 migrants sent by the Bangladesh administration, Myanmar Times reported. "We[ the refugees] will return immediately after the review is complete," he said, and added that Myanmar is prepared to receive up to 300 people per night both on shore and on the rivers once the review is over.

The Myanmar police are charged with massive murders, rape, indiscriminate arrest, looting and the cremation of Rohingya villages in the state of Rakhine. Last December, MSF said in December last year that at least 6,700 Rohingyas had been slaughtered in one single monitor since the start of safety surgeries in August last year.

In a worldwide call for probing and fairness, Myanmar declined to issue a visa to the United Nations fact-finding missions and prevented them from gathering proof in the affected areas. It also obstructed entry to North Rakhine for all impartial mass media as well as people. In November, a Myanmar based defence investigation found that no breaches or abuse were perpetrated by members of the Burmese armed services, in contrast to information from the United Nations, the press and various groups on people.

HRW said that the Myanmar authorities fail to conduct a credible investigation into serious allegations of abuse perpetrated by members of the Myanmar police force since 25 August. Destroying villages intentionally to remove proof of serious crime is an impediment to the judiciary, she said, as the judicial authorities are calling for Myanmar's horrors to be referred to the International Criminal Court.

UN Security Council, other UN organizations and donor countries should call on the Myanmar authorities to stop the demolitions of the Rohingya villages immediately. Villages "should be handled like sites of crimes that should be kept until the UN fact-finding missions gain entry to the area," she added.

Meanwhile, Rab arrested 11 foreigners in the Rohingya camp in Ukhia and Teknaf because they were unable to produce "necessary documents". Unicef has made pressing moves to help more than 720,000 Rohingya kids who are either at risk from the upcoming hurricane storm in Bangladesh or from continuing violent repression and refusal of their fundamental freedoms in Myanmar, the UNB states.

Unicef says in a statement half a year after the recent Rohingya refugee expulsion to the south of Bangladesh, that the flooding from the upcoming hurricane period could devour the vulnerable and unhygienic refugee populations, increasing the probability of water-borne diseases and making hospitals, educational centers and other childcare institutions more likely to be closed down.

In Myanmar's Rakhine State, an estimated 185,000 Rohingya babies are left in fear of the horrors and violent flight of so many of their people. There are an estimation of 534,000 Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh from the last and earlier influx. "About 720,000 Rohingya kids are largely captured - either constricted by force and expulsion within Myanmar or landed in crowded Bangladesh shelters because they cannot go home," said Manuel Fontaine, Unicef Director of Emergency Programmes.

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