Myanmar Situation Update 2 October 2023
People killed: 4,137
Children killed: 468
As of 2 October 2023. These numbers are verified by AAPP, although actual numbers are likely higher.
Total people arbitrarily arrested: 25,198
Total people currently in detention: 19,615
Total women arrested: 5,031
Total children arrested: 678
Total people released: 5,583
As of 2 October 2023. These numbers are verified by AAPP, actual numbers are likely higher.
Political prisoners executed: 4
Political prisoners killed in detainment*: At least 1,443
As of 30 September 2023 AAPP
Political prisoners tortured to death in prison/interrogation: At least 99
As of 11 July 2022 AAPP
Total political prisoners sentenced to death: 155
Including: 112 on death row, 119 sentenced to death in absentia
As of 2 October 2023 AAPP
Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs): Over 1.9 million
(Over 1.6 million displaced since coup, 306,200 in protracted displacement from violence prior to the coup) As of 25 September 2023 UNHCR
Local Community Based Organizations estimate these numbers to be much higher.
Refugees: Over 1.2 Million UNHCR
Over 1.1 million (An estimated 300,000 since 1 February 2021, 1,286,718 prior to coup) are in neighboring countries, India, Bangladesh, Thailand.
As of 31 July 2023 UNHCR
Civilian properties (homes, churches, monasteries, and schools) destroyed since February 2021: Approximately 74,874
As of 31 July 2023 Data for Myanmar
In need of humanitarian assistance: 18 million (1 in 3 people) OCHA
*Deaths in junta detainment refer to individuals who died in custody of the junta after being arrested, captured, or otherwise forcibly taken.