August 19, 2016

Myanmar Police Force supply water to drought-hit-areas

Police seen supplying water in drought-hit-areas.
Police seen supplying water in drought-hit-areas.

MEMBERS of the Myanmar Police Force are in the process of supplying water for drinking, washing and bathing to communities who have recently been facing water-shortages.
Members of the Air Police Force (Yangon-Branch) under the Myanmar Police Force donated 700 drinking water bottles— each bottle holding 20 litres— to villagers of Ahnochaunggyi village in Dala Township, Yangon Region on 30 April.
On 1 May, Members of the Police Forces in Magwe and Thayet Townships, Magwe Region distributed 8,000 gallons of drinking and bathing water, members of Myo Ma Police Station in Ann Township, Rakhine State supplied 1,700 gallons of water. On Monday members of the Thaton
Township Myo Ma Police Force and Chaungsone Township Police Outpost in Mon State distributed 2,050 gallons of water while members of the Kataikkyi Police Outpost donated 1,300 gallons of drinking water to residents in their townships.
On that same day members of the Dawei District Police Force supplied 400 gallons of drinking water to the people of Launglong Township.


Ye Zarni


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