Follow up Updates on KWO Need Assessments in Htee Thay Khee and Naw Hta Villages

KWO conducted a need assessment in Htee Thay Khee and Naw Hta, between the 18 – 20 Sept 2016. The total number of IDPs is 530 and they are from Ler Peh Dea,Jay Baw Klo, Thay Kaw, Poe Chit Lea, Nya Mer Tay Hta, Oo Moo Kee and Mae Wah village.The latest number of newly displaced people in Htee Thay Khee is 146 people from 25 families, Naw Hta is 193 from 30 families and in Mae Law Hta is 16 people from 3 families and Mae Tha Waw is 175 people from 38 families.

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The villagers are in urgent need of food, clothing, pots, pans, plates, plastic sheets, water containers, shoes, blankets, mats, mosquito nets and other personal hygiene packages. For the moment this displaced people received some dried foods and clothing from the individuals donation. KWO is coordinating with other Karen CBOs and individuals to response to this emergency situations.

There has been serious fighting in the Mae Tha Waw area of Hpa An District. The Burma Army-proxy Border Guard Force (BGF) attacked a faction of the DKBA and since then the conflict has been going on throughout September.

 

If you interested to contribute please contact KWO at kwocentral@gmail.com or call KWO Emergency Relief Contact Person Naw Paw K’Yeh Moo at 66  857309056 for more information. 

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Valuable Words of President Saw Ba U Gyi! Karen and Burmese Version

In memory of all our Karen Martyrs on this special day, We want to share with you all the valuable words of our President Saw Ba U Gyi!

President Saw Ba U Gyi words Pamphlet Karen and Burmese Version

Recognition of Karen Women’s Skills, Talents and Contributions toward Our Community on International Women’s Day 8th March, 2016

On this Int’l Women’s Day, We, KWO would like to honor some of the Karen Women who work for our community and also share their skills and talents, which bring more recognition toward Karen Ethnic Nationality around the world. We respect each and all of these women for their hard working and will continue to support them in the way we can. We, women can do every thing as long as we support each other and work together to make a strong unique voice!

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Karen Civil Society Organizations have lost trust in the Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) negotiations as a Gateway to Political Dialogue

English Version

Burmese Version

KWO Maganize Volume 3 Issue 6 May to August, 2015 Karen Version

KWO Formal Message on 65th Karen Martyr’s Day, 12th August, 2015 Karen Version

KWO Formal Message on 65th Karen Martyr’s Day 2015.pdf Karen Version

In recognition and remembrance of our up coming 65th Karen Martyr’s Day, KWO Central sending out our Formal Message to all Karen People to remind all of us of the important day for our Karen people.

May all Karen Martyr’s souls rest in peace!

May all Karen Martyr’s families be blessed and full of prosperity!

May all Karen people united!

Job Announcement for Technical Assistant: English Language Document Development with KWO

 Karen Women’s Organization is seeking applications for the position of ”Technical Assistant ”  in our organization. Please see the detail document for more information. We are looking forward to receive all interested applicants.

KWO and KWEG Joint Press Release:”The Burma Government Must Unconditionally and Immediately Release Naw Ohn Hla”

KWO Magazine Volume 3 Issue 4

KWO puts out a quarterly magazine (September to December) in Skaw Karen and Burmese which are distributed through out the 7 Karen refugee camps. Each magazine is passed between refugees being read by multiple people. It is just one way we seek to keep our community up to date and informed.