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    Asia focus, Pattarapong Chatpattarasill, Published on 03/04/2017

    ยป After years living as nomads fleeing one of the longest-running armed conflicts in the world, Karen refugees are settling into new homes in the community of Lay Kay Kaw in Myawaddy district near the border with Thailand in southeastern Myanmar. The resettlement programme is being undertaken with help from the Nippon Foundation of Japan. While lasting peace in the region remains elusive, the cooperation of the Karen National Union to ensure residents' safety is a testament to the foundation's ability to win hearts and minds after decades working in the country.

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