Episode 76: Life since the ceasefire

Although the Karen National Union signed the government’s Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement in October 2015, in recent years fighting has continued between the group and the Tatmadaw, as well as other smaller armed groups operating in Kayin State.

This week, in partnership with the Karen Information Center, Doh Athan visits a camp to meet those who continue to be displaced by the conflict, and hears about some of the concerns they have.

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