December 17, 2016

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Metta Nanda Hospital put into service for monks, locals in Yetkansintaung area

President U Thein Sein unveils signboard of Metta Nanda Hospital in Yetkansintaung area of Madaya Township.
President U Thein Sein unveils signboard of Metta Nanda Hospital in Yetkansintaung area of Madaya Township.

PRESIDENT U Thein Sein opened the Metta Nanda hospital (16-beds) in the Yetkansintaung area of Madaya Township, Mandalay yesterday.
The Hospital, built with the contribution of the Daya Nanda Foundation and wellwishers is aimed at providing health care services to the monks and local people living in the Yetkansintaung region in Madaya Township.
On his tour of the region the President was accompanied by Daw Nan Shwe Hmon, wife of Vice-President Dr Sai Mauk Kham, Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing, Union ministers, the Mandalay region chief minister, senior military officers and officials.
The President and party observed Five Precepts administered by the Rector Sayadaw of the International Theravada Buddhist University Agga Maha Pandita Dr Nandamalarbhivamsa, and offered provisions to the members of the Sangha led by the Rector Sayadaw.
U Ohn Kyaw, on behalf of Daya Nanda Foundation, handed over documents relating to the Metta Nanda Hospital to Union Minister for Health Dr Than Aung.
The Rector Sayadaw presented gifts to the President and party.
After unveiling the signboard of the hospital, the President, the Commander-in-Chief and party toured the hospital.

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