Episode 60: Displaced in Kachin

It’s been almost eight years since fighting re-started between the Kachin Independence Army and the Tatmadaw after a 17-year ceasefire broke down, with more than 100,000 people displaced by the conflict since then.

This week, in partnership with Myitkyina News Journal, Doh Athan meets some of those displaced by the conflict, and hears about some of the major concerns they have, including access to health.

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