A U.S. humanitarian aid group says Burma's military offensive has displaced 27,000 people since 2005.
Refugees International issued a report Wednesday saying the displaced people are civilians who have been targeted by the army and are living in vulnerable conditions.
The report says an estimated three million people have been forced to migrate as a result of conflict, persecution, human rights abuses and what it called repressive government measures.
The aid group says the displaced have fled to several of Burma's neighboring countries including Bangladesh, China and India.
Refugees International made several recommendations that include the Burmese military halting all attacks on civilians and donors supporting initiatives to assist the displaced. It also recommended the UN Security Council pressure Burma's
military government to stop human rights abuses.