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Published on 21 June 2019

Around 30,000 people have fled fighting in Rakhine and Chin states in recent months including around 10,000 people that arrived in the town of Mrauk-U in eastern Rakhine.

With support from Irish Aid, Christian Aid Ireland and its local partner will provide emergency shelters and vital health care to over 5,000 displaced people in the town.

Christian Aid has worked in Myanmar for more than 30 years in partnership with civil society and faith-based organisations, helping to build thriving and resilient communities.
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