Reviews Burma: "the house of God", a piece of land for displaced people fleeing the war

11:35  24 january  2021
11:35  24 january  2021 Source:   lejdd.fr

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Des membres de l'ethnie Chin construisent une maison dans le village de Bethel, dans la banlieue de Rangoun, le 11 janvier 2021 en Birmanie © Ye Aung THU Members of the Chin ethnic group are building a house in the village of Bethel, on the outskirts of Yangon, January 11, 2021 in Burma

Cut, assemble, tie the long bamboo poles that will form the structure of their future home: in Rangoon, Christian families of the Chin ethnic group, who fled the north-west of Burma ravaged by the fights, invent a new life.

Some 80 displaced people took up residence last month on a small plot in the suburbs of the economic capital which they called "Baythala", "the house of God".

About ten houses on stilts are beginning to emerge from the earth. At sunset, men still cut bamboo stalks intended to support a tin roof, women prepare dinner and children improvise a game of volleyball with a makeshift net.

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Des femmes de l'ethnie Chin préparent un repas au village de Bethel, dans la banlieue de Rangoun, le 11 janvier 2021 en Birmanie © Ye Aung THU Women of the Chin ethnic group prepare a meal in the village of Bethel, in the suburbs of Yangon, on January 11, 2021 in Burma

The small Christian community is one of the 200,000 people displaced by the violent fighting in the north-west of the country between the Burmese military and the Arakan Army (AA), a rebel faction which militates for more autonomy in favor of the Buddhist population of the region (known as Rakhine or Arakanese).

Des enfants de l'ethnie Chin jouent dans une maison récemment construite à Bethel, dans la banlieue de Rangoun, le 11 janvier 2021 en Birmanie © Ye Aung THU Children of the Chin ethnic group play in a recently built house in Bethel, on the outskirts of Yangon, on January 11, 2021 in Burma

This conflict, which has left several hundred dead and injured since 2018 , shakes up Rakhine State and spread to neighboring Chin State, forcing its predominantly Christian inhabitants to leave their villages and settle in temporary camps.

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"We were hostages in this war, caught between the two camps," Kan Lwat, the leader of the small community of "Baythala", told AFP.

Une femme de l'ethnie Chin devant sa maison à Bethel, dans la banlieue de Rangoun, le 11 janvier 2021 en Birmanie © Ye Aung THU A woman of the Chin ethnic group in front of her house in Bethel, in the suburbs of Yangon, on January 11, 2021 in Burma

Their village in the state of Chin was bombed. They then traveled more than 600 kilometers to reach Rangoon where they first lived in makeshift camps.

In "Baythala", there is no water or electricity yet and the construction of houses has been delayed as families waited for donations to buy materials.

The coronavirus pandemic that hits Burma (136,000 cases and 3,000 deaths recorded) and particularly Rangoon, its economic capital plunged into crisis, makes it impossible to find a job.

"We have no work at the moment," laments Kan Lwat, adding that the materials and food are coming from Christian organizations and other Chin rights groups.

But these problems are little in the face of fear of bombing or the fear of an invasion of soldiers in the villages, notes Pastor Aung Far, another displaced person living here.

"Even if we wanted to return home, we could not live in peace because there is still too much fighting," he laments.

Kan Lwat hopes that once the pandemic is over, adults can find jobs to give the 30 or so children access to school and "a better future".

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