Political parties in Chin State say they are struggling to reach rural areas due to the destruction caused by last month’s floods.
Damage to livestock and farming infrastructure has compounded the strain on some 1.6 million people affected by recent monsoonal flooding and landslides.
Farmers in flood-hit Burma face a scramble to replant damaged paddy fields in the next two weeks to avoid food shortages.
The Chin State government in Burma is considering relocating wards in the state capital, Hakha, after it was devastated by recent landslides and floods.
The entire population of Kahngen village, some 127 people from 40 houses, has abandoned their homes due to flooding and landslides and sought refuge in nearby Tedim.
Chin political parties urge President Thein Sein to order airlifts of emergency food aid to affected areas.