Monthly Socio-Economic Analysis for June (2023)
Rehmonnya Institute For Civic Engagement (RICE)
The country (Myanmar) has still been struggling with various crises and a severe collapse following the 2021 coup. The internal instability and strong-intensive armed clashes across the nation. Despite the coup being in effect for almost three years, there is no indication of improvement. The economic and social sectors, including education and healthcare, are in a state of disarray rather than progress. The armed conflict between the People’s Defense Force (PDF), some Ethnic Resistance Organizations (ERO), and the Burmese military is intensifying, with battles raging in different parts of the country.
The offensive armed clashes between the revolutionary forces and military regimes are becoming more intense. The arson attacks and the heavy artillery on the villages, homes, and civilians are still getting increase on a daily basis. According to independent media reports, the number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) has exceeded more than (2.8) million due to intensive armed conflict across the country, and they are in dire need of humanitarian aid. Additionally, more than (77710) public houses and other related buildings have been destroyed and burned down since the coup. By looking at point, the acts of terrorism are rising day by day, and fundamental and democratic rights remain violated.
On the other hand, the economic system has been crushed due to internal instability and the consequences of foreign investment departure from the country. The social sectors, including education and health care, are still far from being accessible to everyone, especially for the internally displaced person (IDPs) including children, women, older and other concerns. In addition, the rule of law has completely collapsed, and people’s safety and security conditions are deteriorating, with theft, rough rides, robberies, and murder cases significantly higher than before. Therefore, the country is becoming a failed state with various crises.