Tuesday, November 13, 2007

statement of UN Country Team

ဘာရယ္မဟုတ္ပါဘူး။ မၾကာေသးခင္က UN Contry Team ကထုတ္ျပန္လိုက္္တဲ့ statement ေၾကာင့္ သက္ဆိုင္ရာအစိုးရဖက္က စန္းစန္းတင့္ (sensative) ျဖစ္ျပီး ဦးစိုးသာကိုယ္တိုင္ ကိန္းဂဏာန္းေတြနဲ႔ တခမ္းတနား ျပန္ရွင္းခဲ့ေသးတယ္ေလ။ ကိုယ့္ဘာသာ ထီးျဖဴေဆာင္းတဲ့ မင္းေကာင္းမင္းျမတ္လို႔ မွတ္ထင္ေနခ်ိန္မွာ ငတ္ျပတ္ေနတယ္ နိမ့္က်တယ္ ဆင္းရဲတယ္ အေျခအေနေတြဆိုးရြားေနတယ္ ဘာညာဆိုေတာ့ သူတို႔ကို တိုက္ရိုက္ထိခိုက္ေနတာေပါ့ေနာ္။ အရင္အပတ္က ခရီးသြားမွာနဲ႔ ဘာနဲ႔ အလုပ္ရွဳပ္ေနလို႔ မၾကည့္ျဖစ္ဖူး။ ဒီ statement ေလးကို ဖတ္ၾကည့္ခ်င္ေနတာ ၾကာျပီ။ အခုမွပဲရွာဖတ္မိေတာ့တယ္။ ဖတ္ခ်င္သူမ်ား သြားျပီးရွာေဖြဖတ္မေနရေအာင္ ဒီမွာကူးယူ ေဖၚျပလိုက္ပါတယ္။ Poverty line ဆိုတာေလးကို စိတ္၀င္စားေနမိတယ္။ ေအးေအးေဆးေဆး ရွာဖတ္ၾကည့္ဦးမယ္။


NGO အဖြဲ႔တစ္ခ်ိုဳ႔လဲ statement ထုတ္ေသးတယ္။ သူတို႔ေျပာတဲ့အခ်က္အလက္ေတြကလည္း UN statement ထဲမွာျပန္ပါတယ္။ လက္မွတ္ထိုးတဲ့အဖြဲ႔အစည္းေတြက -

Action Contre la Faim, Aide Medicale Internationale, Asian Harm Reduction Network, CESVI, Deutsche Welthungerhilfe/German Agro Action, Enfants du Monde Droits de l'Hommes, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, Malteser International, Medecins du Monde, Norwegian People's Aid, Population Services International, Save the Children, Terre des Hommes Italia

သူတို႔ဒီလိုစာထုတ္လိုက္ေတာ့ အစိုးရနဲ႔ဆက္ဆံေရး မေျပမလည္ျဖစ္သြားႏိုင္တယ္။ ႏွစ္ျပည့္လို႔ MOU ျပန္ထိုးဖို႔ အခ်ိန္ၾကရင္ အစိုးရဖက္က ဆက္လုပ္ခြင့္မေပးရင္ ဒုကၡပဲ။ ေနာက္ဆံုးေတာ့ ျပည္သူေတြပဲနစ္နာရမွာ။ ဒီNGO ေတြက အစိုးရမလုပ္ႏိုင္တဲ့ မလုပ္တဲ့ stector နဲ႔ area ေတာ္ေတာ္ မ်ားမ်ားကို ျဖည့္ဆည္းေဆာင္ရြက္ ေပးေနတာမဟုတ္လား။


အေသးစိတ္နဲ႔ အျခားသတင္းအခ်က္အလက္ေတြအတြက္ unic.org ကိုသြားပါ။


Statement of the United Nations Country Team in Myanmar on the Occasion of UN Day


Yangon, 24 October 2007: Today marks United Nations Day. It is a day on which we should reflect on the importance of achieving development, prosperity, peace, security and dignity for all. All people of the world deserve to have these fundamental rights and freedoms fulfilled.

In Myanmar, the peaceful demonstrations that followed the sudden hike in fuel prices on 15 August highlighted that many of these aspirations are not yet a reality for the people here. The events clearly demonstrated the everyday struggle to meet basic needs, and the urgent necessity to address the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the country. These are the same messages that the United Nations Country Team in Myanmar has been endeavouring to bring to the Government’s attention for some time.

The United Nations Country Team reiterates the calls for action made at the most senior levels of the UN system including the Secretary General, the Special Envoy of the Secretary General Professor Ibrahim Gambari, the Special Rapporteur for Human Rights, Human Rights Council resolution of 2 October, and the Security Council. The 11 October Security Council Presidential statement, reflecting the unanimous views of its members, called on the “Government of Myanmar to take all necessary measures to address the political, economic, humanitarian, and human rights issues that are the concern of its people and emphasizes that the future of Myanmar lies in the hands of all of its people.”

The UN system in Myanmar also fully supports the 18 October Joint Statement made by thirteen international non-governmental organizations currently working in Myanmar, expressing concern about the humanitarian situation in Myanmar. We echo their appeals for greater public expenditures in social sectors, an improved operating environment for international humanitarian organizations, and a significant scaling up of international assistance to address the needs of the poor.

While acknowledging the efforts made by the Government of Myanmar to build schools, clinics, hospitals and roads, the UN system in Myanmar nevertheless sees every day that in this potentially prosperous country basic human needs are not being met. Today, Myanmar’s estimated per capita GDP is less than half of that of Cambodia or Bangladesh. The average household is forced to spend almost three quarters of its budget on food. One in three children under five are suffering from malnutrition, and less than 50% of children are able to complete their primary education. It is estimated that close to seven hundred thousand people each year suffer from malaria and one hundred and thirty thousand from tuberculosis. Among those infected with HIV, an estimated sixty thousand people needing anti-retrovirals do not yet have access to this life-saving treatment.

The United Nations agencies working in Myanmar repeat their strong determination to help the country address poverty and suffering, and their underlying causes.

The concerns of the people have been clearly expressed through the recent peaceful demonstrations, and it is beholden on all to listen.


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