June 30, 2017

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Aid sent flood victims in Rakhine

Photo: Office of the Commander in Chief of Denfence Services
Photo: Office of the Commander in Chief of Denfence Services

Recent torrential rains have caused flooding in several villages in Rakhine State.
The Rakhine State government donated relief aid including 100 packages of Family Kit, 100 packages of Hygiene Refill Kit, 120 packages of Instant noodle and vermicelli, 60 bottles purified drinking water, 50 boxes of water purifying tablets and 3,000 packs of oral rehydration salt to people in the flood hit villages.
Tatmadaw airlifted the aid metarials, which were donated by the Rakhine State government, to flood affected victims in Ann Township and Minbya Township, Rakhine State on Friday 8 July. The aid was delivered from Sittwe to the villages in Ann Township and Minbya Township by a Tatmadaw aircraft.
The Rakhine State Chief Minister and the Commander of Western Command and officials themselves handed over the aid to the people.—Office of the Commander in Chief of Denfence Services

Photo: Office of the Commander in Chief of Denfence Services
Photo: Office of the Commander in Chief of Denfence Services
Photo: Office of the Commander in Chief of Denfence Services
Photo: Office of the Commander in Chief of Denfence Services
Photo: Office of the Commander in Chief of Denfence Services
Photo: Office of the Commander in Chief of Denfence Services

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