Electricity improves livelihoods of local residents in Twantay Tsp

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Supply of electricity on a self-reliant basic was launched in conjunction with the opening of a concrete road in Tamatakaw village, Twantay Township, Yangon Region, on 28 March.
Pyithu Hluttaw MP, Region Hluttaw MPs and local authorities commissioned the supply of electricity and new concrete road. An 11KV power line and a 315KVA transformer were installed at the village as part of efforts to develop the western part of Twantay Canal in the region. The power supply project, funded with a K31 million contribution from local authorities, benefits more than 1,500 local people of the village.
With the supply of electricity, local residents are able to earn a living making robes for Buddhist monks using motorised sewing machines.
The Department of Rural Development allotted K287 million in the 2014-15 fiscal year for construction of a 2.2-mile-long and 10-foot-wide concrete road in the village.–Myo Hlaing (Twantay)

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