UNHCR Myanmar Operational Update, April – June 2022

September 22nd, 2022  •  Author:   United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees  •  1 minute read
Featured image


126,500 people received core relief items including kitchen sets, blankets and sleeping mats, ensuring their basic needs were met.

37,000 people received shelter support for safe and dignified living conditions while in displacement.

1,055 people with specific needs benefited from cash assistance to meet their basic needs.


600,000 Estimated stateless Rohingya in Rakhine State, of which some 153,000 are living in displacement camps as well as among the host community since 2012.

1,105,100 Internally displaced people (IDP) living in Rakhine, Chin, Kachin, Shan, Kayin and Mon States, and Bago (East), Tanintharyi, Sagaing and Magway Regions. An estimated 758,500 people are displaced due to the resumption and intensification of clashes between the Tatmadaw and ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) and/or People’s Defense Forces (PDF) after 1 February 2021. Some 72,700 remain displaced in 172 sites in Rakhine and Chin States displaced following the Arakan Army-Tatmadaw conflict.

Download Full Report.