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October 20, 2018

Villagers in Yinmabin Township to get new rural health branch

With the aim of providing accommodation to government staff, stakes were driven for construction of a rural health  branch and staff quarters in Chaungzon Village, Yinmabin Township, Sagaing Region, at the end of January and construction started on 9 February.
Under the supervision of Yinmabin District management committee chairman U Zaw Myo Nyunt, deputy township administrator U Myint Tun and departmental officials inspected constriction of the rural health branch and staff quarters and gave instructions to officials on timely completion of the buildings.
“The Ministry of Health allotted K60 million of budget in 2014-15 fiscal year to construct a 41 feet long, 30 feet wide and 11 feet high rural health centre and one 38 feet long, 25 feet wide and 11 feet high staff quarter, two water tanks, one tube-well, four toilets, fencing and roads. Upon completion, the rural health branch will provide medical treatment to about 2,800 local people from four villages in Yinmabin Township,” said a local.
People from the villages wish appointment of health staff at the rural health branch as soon as possible.–Tun Ko Ko (Yinmabin)

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