Volunteers and humanitarians struggle to meet demand as shortages of food and medicine as well as fear of junta attacks haunt the lives of more than 900,000 internally displaced people in Myanmar.
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Volunteers and humanitarians struggle to meet demand as shortages of food and medicine as well as fear of junta attacks haunt the lives of more than 900,000 internally displaced people in Myanmar.
The remote northern town of Putao is poised to reap rich rewards from a project that capitalises on the production of a prized raw ingredient for perfume and incense – but it’s not the only valuable natural resource in the area.

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