‘I am scared’: Children in Tanintharyi traumatised by violence

The United Nations has warned that Myanmar’s children could become a lost generation. Since the military coup, at least a quarter of a million have had to flee from their homes, hundreds have been arrested, and hundreds killed. There are many more who have witnessed horrific violence, which psychologists say could leave them deeply traumatised.

This week’s story is by journalists from Dawei Watch.

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မြန်မာနိုင်ငံက ကလေးတွေဟာ မျိုးဆက်ပျက်သွားလိမ့်မယ်လို့ ကုလသမဂ္ဂက သတိပေးထားပါတယ်။ စစ်တပ်အာဏာသိမ်းပြီးကတည်းက အနည်းဆုံး လူဦးရေ နှစ်သန်းခွဲလောက် ထွက်ပြေးခဲ့ရပြီး ရာနဲ့ချီ ဖမ်းဆီးခံခဲ့ရပြီး၊ သေဆုံးခဲ့ရပါတယ်။ နှစ်ဖက်စလုံးက အကြမ်းဖက်မှုတွေကို မြင်တွေ့ခဲ့ရပြီး ဒါတွေကြောင့် ကလေးတွေမှာ စိတ်ဒဏ်ရာရစေခဲ့တယ်လို့ စိတ်ပညာရှင်များက ဆိုပါတယ်။ ဒီအကြောင်းကို DohAthan အဖွဲ့သားတွေက ဒီ PODCAST လေးမှာ တင်ဆက်ပေးထားပါတယ်။

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