KBZ’s Brighter Future Myanmar Foundation has assisted in philanthropic works in Bawsai, Shan State (South) with donation of a vehicle and water purifiers to a local philanthropic organization and communities.
An official of the foundation said yesterday that Daw Nang Lang Kham, Chairperson of the BFM, handed over a Super Custom car worth of K24 million to U Sai Tin Pe, chairman of the philanthropic organization, at a ceremony held in Bawsai on 22 September.
Following the ceremony, the chairperson and members of the foundation donated water purifiers to Shwegu Monastery, Bawsai Hospital and the Basic Education High School in Bawsai.
More than 20 wells, 32 lakes and a water supply network with 99 outlets have been
established in Bawsai so far by the foundation benefiting local ethnic Danu people.
Under its nationwide water supply project, the BFM has established 172 tubewells, 102 lakes and 284 water outlets for water supply networks.
The water supply networks in Shan State (South) help local ethnic peoples in Kalaw, Pintaya, Aungpan, Heho, Taunggyi, Hopon and Namhsam townships have helped them overcome water scarcity.—Thura Lwin (Eco)