December 16, 2016

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Myanmar Police Force donate water to communities in respective water shortage areas

Police distributing water bottles. Photo: Ye Zarni
Police distributing water bottles. Photo: Ye Zarni

Some of the areas in the country are facing scarcity of water as the effect of El Niño.
The members of the Myanmar Police Force continuously donated water for drinking, bathing and washing to the communities that have been facing a water shortage.
On 30 April, members of Dawei Township and Launglon Township Police Forces in Taninthayi Region supplied 280 drinking water bottles — a bottle with capacity of 20 litres—and 5100 gallons of water to residents in Dawei Township and Launglon Township.
Similarly, members of Taungtha Township Police Force distributed 4950 gallons of drinking water, and members of Police Forces of Thaton, Kyaikhto, Thanphyuzayat and Bilin Townships in Mon State donated 11375 gallons of water for drinking, bathing and washing, and members of Police Forces from Ngapudaw, Yaygyi, Thabaung, Myaungmya and Mawlamyainggyun Townships supplied 720 drinking water bottles—a bottle with capacity of 1 litre—and 128 drinking water bottles– a bottle with capacity of 20 litres—and 8900 gallons of water for drinking and bathing to the residents who are facing the scarcity of water in respective areas.
—Ye Zarni

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