Embankments along Mone creek to be completed soon

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The almost completed embankment along the Mone creek is seen. Photo: Ye Win Naing (Nyaung U)

The construction of three embankments along the Mone creek will be completed soon, according to the Magway Region’s Directorate of Water Resources and Improvement of River Systems.
The regional DWIR began building the embankments from 1 February to reinforce the existing walls in Yawar Htaung, Magyi Gone, and Min Myay villages along the Mone creek in Pwintbyu Township.
“In the 2018-2019 fiscal year, three embankments are being constructed by the Magway Region DWIR in three villages. The department has allocated a budget of K150 million each for three embankments in Yawar Htaung and Magyi Gone villages. The department has also allocated K50.57 million as an emergency fund to construct a embankment in Min Myay village. Work on the two embankments in Yawar Htaung and Magyi Gone villages has been complete since 1 July. The construction of the embankment in Min Myay Village is 90 per cent complete now, and the wall will be ready next week. So, the construction project will be over very soon,” said U Thurein Tun, the engineer in charge of the regional DWIR. —Ye Win Naing (Nyaung U)
(Translated by Hay Mar)

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