July 04, 2017

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Drought-hit areas urged to contact KBZ for water relief

An ethnic woman fills plastic containers with water supplied by KBZ Brighter Future Myanmar foundation.
An ethnic woman fills plastic containers with water supplied by KBZ Brighter Future Myanmar foundation.

AS part of its efforts in combating water scarcity problems currently affecting areas across the country, KBZ’s Brighter Future Myanmar Foundation has offered communities currently facing drought and/or a scarcity of fresh water to contact the foundation and arrange for fresh potable water to be delivered.
The foundation’s fleet of 3000-gallon water bowsers supplied drinking water to the communities of several villages in Nyaungshwe Township last weekend and in Kalaw Township on Monday. Meanwhile, staff of the KBZ bank office in Sagaing and local volunteers are supplying fresh drinking water to monasteries and villages in Sagaing Township routinely by use of 4000-gallon water bowsers. KBZ’s Brighter Future Myanmar Foundation has drilled more than 100 tube wells in arid areas nationwide as well as building and maintaining water supply facilities, it has been learned.

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