July 11, 2017

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Cherry Myetta Foundation provides eye care to Kyaungon residents

An eye specialist presents certificate of honour to a donor.  Photo: Win Kyaing (IPRD)
An eye specialist presents certificate of honour to a donor.
Photo: Win Kyaing (IPRD)

EYE examinations and treatments were provided to residents of Kyaungon Township, Ayeyawady Region, by the Cherry Myetta Foundation from 7 to 11 December.
This was the foundation’s 14th contribution to the local community. A total of 2,258 residents came to have eye check-ups at the town’s Dhamma Nanda Monastery.
From 9 to 11 December, 197 patients were given eye operations, and 12 patients were provided with other medical treatments at the township hospital. The foundation offered meals to the patients and their family members. The foundation donated K300,000 each to the monastery, township hospital and to youths who helped with the donation events. The foundation also provided follow-up medicines and eye glasses to the patients.

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