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April 01, 2020

Peaceful and prosperous learning society and livelihoods of residents in Rakhine State

Photo taken on Thursday of students at a school in Sagartaung camp of Kyauktaw Township, 65-mile north of Sittwe, capital city of Rakhine State. A primary school is being kept open at the camp that houses about 600 victims, enabling schoolchildren to have access to education. In Kyauktaw, there are 12 camps for Muslim community.—GNLM/Photo: Ye Myint
Photo taken on Thursday of students at a school in Sagartaung camp of Kyauktaw Township, 65-mile north of Sittwe, capital city of Rakhine State. A primary school is being kept open at the camp that houses about 600 victims, enabling schoolchildren to have access to education. In Kyauktaw, there are 12 camps for Muslim community.—GNLM/Photo: Ye Myint
A thriving green vegetable plantation at Sagartaung camp in Kyauktaw Township, 65-mile north of Sittwe, capital city of Rakhine State. The camp with the population of about 600 is one of 12 camps for Muslim victims in the township. Apart from being provided with regular health care services and farm equipment for livelihood of those at the camp, a primary school enables offspring of victims to have access to education there. GNLM/Photo: Ye Myint
A thriving green vegetable plantation at Sagartaung camp in Kyauktaw Township, 65-mile north of Sittwe, capital city of Rakhine State. The camp with the population of about 600 is one of 12 camps for Muslim victims in the township. Apart from being provided with regular health care services and farm equipment for livelihood of those at the camp, a primary school enables offspring of victims to have access to education there.
GNLM/Photo: Ye Myint

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