The outposts are being constructed along the border with Bangladesh to provide additional security for displaced residents when they return home.
Two local groups have donated bags of rice for the villagers via the military because of the area’s security lockdown.
Civil society organizations in Myanmar meanwhile urge authorities to set up camps to house those displaced in the fighting.
The attackers led armed training classes for local extremist youth in Maungdaw township, the government says.
IDPs get mention in New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants, but experts want a firmer commitment to action.
The death toll from clashes between security forces and armed assailants stands at 40-48.
Aung San Suu Kyi says no one will be accused of the deadly raids on border guard posts until there is solid evidence about the perpetrators.
The officials are spending four days meeting with locals in townships where the raids occurred.
Army and police are searching homes to find Muslims believed to be involved in the attacks on border posts in Rakhine state.
Kachin Independence Army says attacks caused casualties, while the EU, local civic groups press for cease-fire to clear way for humanitarian relief.
The decision by the commission against pursuing a legal case against the employers pushed them off the panel.
Renewed fighting in the Kachin and Shan states creates demonstrations and refugees.
Shan State Army-South says the Myanmar army attacked a drug rehabilitation camp inside their territory.
Demonstrators seek a political solution to the armed conflict as artillery kills a child.
Aung San Suu Kyi says the government is determined to bring about positive change in Rakhine state and other areas affected by conflict.
It abandons a plan to give partial control of five departments to local governments following the leaking of a letter about the change.
Aung San Suu Kyi’s health is stable, but she needs to rest, a government spokesman says.