December 13, 2017

VP Dr Sai Mauk Kham visits Loikaw to fulfill requirements in health, education sectors

Vice President Dr Sai Mauk Kham inspects health care treatment at 500-bed People’s Hospital in Loikaw. Photo: MNA
Vice President Dr Sai Mauk Kham inspects health care treatment at 500-bed People’s Hospital in Loikaw. Photo: MNA

VICE-President Dr Sai Mauk Kham met with medical and educational professionals in Loikaw, Kayah State yesterday to fulfill the requirements of the region’s health and education sectors.
During his address at the 500-bed People’s Hospital in Loikaw, the Vice-President emphasised the need for being professional and striving
for capacity building in human resources, pointing out that the Ministry of Health is ranked seventh in national spending as its budget has increased yearly.
Union Minister U Soe Thane who accompanied the Vice-President on the trip elaborated on health and education sectors being prioritised by the government.
Next, the Vice-President and party inspected the progress in construction of a two-storey building for the hospital and health care being provided to patients at the hospital.
Vice-President Dr Sai Mauk Kham later met with officials from universities and an Institute of Education in Loikaw.
In his speech at the University of Computer Studies (Loikaw), the Vice-President promised to respond to the reports of officials concerned, citing that the government is committed to attending to the needs of the country’s education sector.
Highlighting the role of teachers in the education sector, he said that it is essential for the country’s education system to be of good quality so that the quality of the education system improves, thereby contributing towards national development. — Myanmar News Agency      

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