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May 23, 2019

SWRR Ministry’s assistance benefits mothers, children, non-profit organizations in Rakhine State

Union Minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement Dr. Win Myat Aye poses for a photo with mothers, children in Rakhine State. Photo: MNA
Union Minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement Dr. Win Myat Aye poses for a photo with mothers, children in Rakhine State. Photo: MNA

Union Minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement Dr. Win Myat Aye provided assistances to mothers and non-profit organizations in Kyaukphyu, Yanbye and Maei Townships, Rakhine State.
Union Minister, accompanied by Deputy Minister U Soe Aung and officials from the ministry, attended the ceremony, where they provided K 1,134,000 to the Kyaukphyu Home for the Aged, K 9,753,000 to the Zetitaung Home for the Aged, K 700,000 each out of K 7, 700,000 to the self-reliant primary schools, K 300,000 each to the Manaung Township Social Welfare Association, the Laywaddy Kularatkhita Association, the Great Bear Association, the Ratkhita Social Welfare Association, the Regional Development Association on Mayazine Island, No.8 unit, the Polaris Free Funeral Service Association, the Ratkhathandarhme Non-profit social organization, the Paramishin Non-Profit Foundation, the Future Bright Non-profit Social Welfare Association, the Banuaung Health and Social Welfare Association, the Pensioners Association, Myittamon Education Foundation, the Kyaukphyu Blood Donation Association, the Thandamyay Development Foundation, the Ponnynacari Association, the Up-right Social Development Association, the Farmers Development Association and the Thawwin Thazin Free Funeral Service Association and K 1,818,100 to open three maternal wards. Then an official accepted the cash assistance and expressed his appreciations. Next they displayed a demonstration of throwing garbage to the children. The Union Minister and party went to the District Disaster Management Office in Kyaukphyu, where they inspected the storage of relief supplies.
Union Minister Dr. Win Myat Aye and party attended the ceremony holding in the meeting hall of the General Administration Office in Yanbye Township, Rakhine State, where they provided K 700, 000 to the self-reliant primary school in Yanbye Township, K 300, 000 to the Yanbye Township Development Association, K 300, 000 to the Yanmawaddy Free Funeral Service Association, K 300, 000 to the Kyaukthway Social Welfare Association and K 3,218, 100 to five maternal wards. Union Minister and party posed for documentary photographs together with attendees.
In the afternoon, Union Minister and party continued to Maei Township, where they provided K 700, 000 each to self-reliant primary schools, K 600, 000 to the Thahaya and the Mettashin Social Welfare Associations and K 3,218, 100 to five maternity wards. They posed for documentary photographs together with the attendees at the event. In his opening speech, Union Minister Dr. Win Myat Aye said that the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement has been striving to render the healthcare services to the infants, young girls, women, senior citizens and persons with disabilities while building 26 weatherproof buildings in Rakhine State. As for the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement, efforts are being made to provide necessary assistance to the displaced people who took shelters due to the conflicts, and people can be able to contact the office of Ministry’s hotline on 067 3404666 and 067 3404777 at any time.
Afterwards, Union Minister and party went to the Yandanmanaung Monastery, where they paid respects to the Sanghas and donated robes and cash donation. Following this, they provided K 35, 841, 300 to the non-profit organizations and maternal wards in Kyaukphyu, Yanbye and Maei Townships, Rakhine State.—MNA (Translated by Win Ko Ko Aung)

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