Monday, July 10, 2017

Union Minister Dr Win Myat Aye looks into local needs

 July 9, 2017
Union Minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement Dr Win Myat Aye who was in Rakhine State paid homage to Maha Muni Pagoda in Kyauktaw and offered donations yesterday, according to a report of Myanmar News Agency.

The Union Minister also offered waso robes and cash donations to Tain Nyo village monastery and Nuyan village monastery in MraukU, Khaung Laung Ywar Thit village monastery in Minbya, Thayat Tapin village monastery in Kyauktaw and Dhamma Yarma monastery in Sat Yon Su ward in Sittway.

When the Union Minister visited Apaukwa village and Thayat Tapin village in Kyauktaw Township, he met local residents and explained the Union Government’s efforts to solve difficulties of local people, provide cooperation and assistance for people.

The Union Minister fulfilled the immediate needs of the people during the meeting, providing life jackets worth Ks 2 million for rescue members from 4 towhships in MraukU, Ks 2 million to rebuild Thayat Tapin high school’s yard, Ks 500,000 for Thayat Tapin monastery and two machine boats worth Ks 4.4 million for Thayat Tapin and Apaukwa village-tracts for search and rescue operations during natural disasters.

Later, the Union Minister and party visited relief camp for ethnic people in Sittway and provided Ks 7.2 million for supplying powers and for other needs.  Then, the Union Minister presented clothes to the women and toys and foods to the children.
Ref; The Global New Light of Myanmar

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