December 22, 2016

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UNITED IN PROVIDING AID — Aid sent out to Labutta, Namhsan

Aid arrive at a monastery where Labutta fire victims are sheltering.
Aid arrive at a monastery where Labutta fire victims are sheltering.

RELIEF aid are flowing into Labutta and Namhsan which huge fire hit on 4th February.
Government ministries and private donors have sent food, clothes and cash to the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement, following the fire which left about 300 families in Namhsan, in northern Shan State and nearly 200 families in Labutta, Ayeyawady Region.
More than K 9.5 million worth rice, clothes and food were distributed on 6th February donated by Department of Fisheries and private well-wishers to fire victims currently sheltering at a four-storey monastery in Labutta, according to local authorities.
Meanwhile, relief aid donated by ministries and donors were sent by flight to Namhsan.
Non-governmental organizations and governmental departments have sent aid for the victims to Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement in Nay Pyi Taw and the
ministry’s Yangon divisional office.
Donation in cash for the victims reached more than K 291 million yesterday, according to the ministry.
Following two huge fires in Shan State and Ayeyawady Region on Thursday, the Union Government has taken quick response to the two disasters, making efforts for relief and recovery of the victims
The fire occurred in two areas, leaving about 300 families homeless in Namhsan in northern Shan State and about 195 families homeless in Labutta, Ayeyawady Region.

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