November 18, 2017

Dry ration delivered to police families, locals in Rakhine State

The officer of border guard police force in Maungtaw presents the certificate of honour to a philanthropic group.  Photo: Min Thit

Five philanthropic organizations teamed up and delivered aid to police families and people on 9th June affected by Cyclone Mora in northern Rakhine.
The group includes Shwe Latt Myar philanthropic group and Yarkkhita Swan Arr young philanthropic group.
The ceremony to hand over the aid to the people affected by Cyclone Mora was held in the meeting room of No.1 Border Police detachment in Maungtaw Township on 9 June.
At the occasion, U Win Maung Maung on behalf of the five philanthropic groups handed over the aid to Police Col Nyan Myint Kyaw, deputy director supervisory in the supervisory department. Then, Police Brig-Gen Thura San Lwin presented documents of honor to the donors.
The donation is for the families from No. 1 Border Police detachment and local residents in Kyeekanpyin village (south and north) affected by Cyclone Mora, said U Win Maung Maung.
The philanthropic groups also donated to reconstruct the damaged Pagoda near the police detachment. The groups donated 50 rice bags to the Rakhine State government for the local people from townships in Rakhine State affected by Cyclone Mora.  This is a fifth donation to natural disaster victims in Rakhine State reaching a total of Ks 80 million.— Min Thit/ Myanmar News Agency

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