April 17, 2010

7 Early camp near Nong Samet, population went to Nong Samet.
Ang Sila Circa 1983. Evacuation site for Nong Chan prior its incorporation into Site II (1986). Received residents of Nong Chan temporarily during offensives of 1983.
Ampil Sub-camp of Site 2 and KPNLF military headquarters in Cambodia - Ban Sangae / Ban Sa Ngae.
Anlong Veng KR camp / stronghold, opposite Sisaket province, Thailand.
Aranyaprathet camp 15 Ban Thai Samart - opened Sept. 1976.
Ban Baranae Circa 1984. FUNCINPEC camp, see Site B.
Ban Mamuang September 1997 to March 1999, housed refugees from coup. (United Nations High Commissioner on Refugees (UNHCR), Vulnerable Groups Survey: Ban Mamuang and Khao Phlu Camps, Bangkok: UNHCR, 1998)
Ban Napho Lao border camp - MOI.
Ban Nam Yao Lao border camp - MOI.
Ban Sae Prai 1998 camp in Phu Sing District, Sisaket. Refugees from Anlong Veng. Closed March 24, 1999.
Ban Sangae / Ban Sa Ngae see Ampil
Ban Thad UNHCR refugee camp for Vietnamese, adjacent to Site II. Closed in 1990.
Banthai Samath Active in 1987 (opening and closing dates unknown).
Ban Vinai Lao border camp - MOI.
Borai UNBRO / KR displaced persons camp in Trat, Thailand opposite Pursat province in Cambodia.
Bung Beng / Klong Wah KR Camp evacuated in 1985 to Site 8.
Camp 85 KR camp inside Cambodia - see Phum Doeng.
Chakri This was not so much a refugee camp as a ‘khum’ (hamlet) of scattered settlements hugging the Thai border. With a population of at least 10,000 people, it was made up in part by the former residents of the military camp known as "Khao Din" or "Site 8 North".
Chanmeh Circa 1983. Evacuation site for Nong Chan prior its incorporation into Site II (1986). Received residents of Nong Chan temporarily during offensives of 1983.
Chiang Kham Lao border camp - MOI.
Chong Bok KR camp.
Chu Kaki A meeting point for the Red Cross to receive war wounded in Odar Meanchey. The area around Chu Kaki has thousands of residents, many of whom formerly lived in the camp known as An Kbal Leov.
Dang Rek Sub-camp of Site 2, established in mid-1983, incorporated into Site 2 in March 1985.
David Circa 1984. FUNCINPEC camp, see Site B.
Green Hill FUNCINPEC camp near to Site B but in Cambodia.
Huay Chan UNBRO / Khmer Rouge displaced persons camp. Situated near the border of Sisaket province in Thailand and Preah Vihear in Cambodia.
Huay Cherng FUNCINPEC camp - 1997
Kab Cherng Lao border camp - MOI.
Kamput Holding Center Processing center for immigration to U.S. - opened 1979, closed Dec. 1982. Originally a KR camp, converted to a processing centre, then closed.
Kap Choeng Camp in Surin opened in Aug. 1980, ICRC surgical hospital.
Khao Din KR Camp evacuated in 1985 to Site 8.
Khao-I-Dang MOI / UNHCR Khmer refugee camp. Opened Nov. 21, 1979.
Khao Phlu September 1997 to March 1999, housed refugees from coup. ARC provided medical care. 1998, approximately 12,000 Cambodian refugees.
Klong Wah / Bung Beng KR Camp evacuated in 1985 to Site 8.
Mak Mun Population went to Nong Samet camp.
Mairut Camp / processing center (1980 - 81). Originally a KR camp for 2 years it was converted into a processing centre and the people moved to Khao I dang. It was located in Trat province 2 km from Mairut village, 40 min. north of Klong Yai.
Nam Yuen see Nong Chan
Nam Yun KR camp.
Na Trao See O'Trao.
Nong Chan Sub-camp of Site 2, incorporated into Site 2 in 1986. A KPNLF camp inside Cambodia. Also known as Nam Yuen
Nong Pru KR Camp evacuated in 1985 to Site 8.
Nong Samet Sub-camp of Site 2 also known as Rithysen, established in 1979 near Khao I Dang. A KPNLF camp inside Cambodia / Red Hill.
NW 82 Camp for Vietnamese land refugees opened at Nong Samet Dec. 1981.
NW-9 Camp opened for Vietnamese who walked across Cambodia - April 1980 to July 1981. 4.5 miles from Nong Chan.
O'Bok Sub-camp in Site II.
O'Smach FUNCINPEC camp inside Cambodia, opposite Surin province, Thailand.
O’Sralau KR Camp evacuated in 1985 to Site 8.
O'Trao UNBRO / Khmer Rouge displaced persons camp. Situated near the border of Sisaket province in Thailand and Preah Vihear in Cambodia.
PARA 1987?
Phanat Nikhom Refugee processing center.
Phnom Malai KR stronghold in Cambodia, near Aranyaprathet.
Phum Doeng Known to the Thai as Nong Prue, this khum ( "hamlet") of scattered settlements is in northern Battambang Province due west of "Poipet Chas". It had a population of at least 1 0,000 people made up in part by the former residents of the KR military camp known as "Camp 85" or "Site 8 West".
Phum Tmey See Site 8.
Plerng Chheh Known to the Thai as Sop Tlee, this area may also be regarded as a ‘khum’ of scattered settlements in southern Battambang Province hugging the Thai border.
Red Hill Formerly Nong Samet.
Rithysen See Nong Samet.
Sakeo Holding Center Early Khmer refugee camp, opened October 1979. Near to Sakeo (now the provincial capital), off the road from Aranyaprathet to Sakeo.

Sakaeo II Opened July 1980, closed in 1984.
Site 1 Evacuation center in the vicinity of Site II.
Site II / Site 2 UNBRO / KPNLF displaced persons camp near Taphraya, Thailand.
Site 3 Circa 1983. Evacuation site for Nong Chan prior its incorporation into Site II (1986). Received residents of Nong Chan temporarily during offensives of 1983.
Site 6 Circa 1983. Evacuation site for Nong Chan prior its incorporation into Site II (1986). Received residents of Nong Chan temporarily during offensives of 1983.
Site 8 UNBRO / KR displaced persons camp south of Aranyaprathet, Thailand. Opened early 1985. Also known as Phum Tmey.
Site 8 North KR camp inside Cambodia, see Khao Din.
Site 8 West KR camp inside Cambodia - see Phum Doeng.
Site A ?
Site B UNBRO / FUNCINPEC displaced persons camp 80Km from Surin, Thailand. Also known as Green Hill. Established June 1985.
Site E See Sok Sann.
Site K UNBRO / KR displaced persons camp in Trat, Thailand opposite Pursat province in Cambodia.
Sok San UNBRO / KPNLF displaced persons camp in Trat, Thailand opposite Pursat province in Cambodia. Also known as Site E.
Tap Prik KR Camp evacuated in 1985 to Site 8.
Tatum A FUNCINPEC camp of a least 20,000 people situated in Siem Riep province approximately two hours walk from Site B camp. It was the home for ANS combatant personnel and their families.
Ta Luan KR camp.




2 comments:

Post a Comment

 
Design by Free WordPress Themes | Bloggerized by Lasantha - Premium Blogger Themes | Best WordPress Themes