Hindus displaced by the attack of ARSA extremist terrorists staying in the Kyaungtatlan ward relief camp in Sittway, Rakhine State, were provided with health care by the State Department of Traditional Medicine yesterday morning.
Daw Thein Thein Oo, the head of the traditional medicine department, said treatment, medicine and consultation were being provided.
“We are helping with our traditional medicine expertise. The head office is also providing medicines to conduct site visit treatment.
Health care will continue to be provided to the relief camps in Sittway. Most health problems are diarrhea, headache, insomnia, knee pain and back ache, while for children cough and asthma were the most treated.”
U Maung Maung Aye, a Hindu who was displaced from Ward 4, Maungtaw, said he was thankful for receiving treatment by traditional medicine, as it is very effective for aches in the knee, back and joints. A total of 107 Hindus in the Kyaungtatlan ward relief camp were treated by the State Department of Traditional Medicine department head Daw Thein Thein Oo and staff.
Tin Tun IPRD