"The Karen Revolution started 65 years ago, when I was born." Nyunt Tin, 65, retired
"We have estimated that there are around 300 military outposts in our Karen Administrative areas.
So how can you say there is peace?" General Ner Dah Mya, commander of the Karen National Defence Organisation (KNDO)
"We were displaced... we had to hide and flee in the jungle." Saw Maung Lwar, 44, Rice Farmer
"The ceasefire has brought some peace to our village, I am very happy about that." Nan Malakeh, 40, villager
"If the ceasefire is implemented fully, things will get better." Saw Wizana 'Rambo Monk', 74, Chairman of the Karen Buddhist Association and former political prisoner
Anonymous, Democratic Karen Benevolent Army (DKBA) Soldier