Amyotha Hluttaw session continues

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ARRANGEMENTS are being made for the delivery of durable emergency first aid kits following an agreement being made with the Nippon
Foundation, Union Minister for Health and Sports Dr Myint Htway told the Amyotha Hluttaw yesterday.
The Union minister said that the traditional medicine factory in Mandalay manufactured 20 types of traditional medicine over the last two fiscal years, adding that the factory will manufacture its products on demand and works are underway to collect accurate demand data.
Regarding a station hospital to be built in a village in Yathedaung Township,
Rakhine State, the Union minister said that Kyauktan village, an area of high malaria risk, will receive a station hospital following a budget allocation.
Next, Union Minister for Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement Dr Win Myat Aye said that 46 buildings including monasteries and schools and 15 hillocks have been designated as safe places to live during times of disaster in Kalay Township, Sagaing Region.
More disaster-resistant shelters, if necessary, will be built with the use of the national natural disaster management fund in accordance with
recommendations from the Sagaing Region government, added the Union minister.
The Amyotha Hluttaw closed the day by discussing the Elder Bill and Territorial Sea and Maritime Zone Bill submitted by the SWRR Ministry and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs .

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