Families need to take care of using clean drinking water to be free from diseases in the aftermath of the storm: Vice-Senior General

Tatmadaw families have to actively participate in rehabilitation tasks, said National Disaster Management Committee Chairman State Administration Council Vice-Chair Deputy Prime Minister Vice-Senior General Soe Win at the meetings with Tatmadaw members and families in Sittway ad Rathedaung stations yesterday.
Speaking on the occasions, the Vice-Senior General said that as soldiers are serving duties round the clock, they need to serve it without having to worry about families. Hence, officials have to make arrangements for safety and food for their families.
The Vice-Senior General highlighted that manageable-scale agricultural and livestock tasks must be undertaken at the relevant units this cultivation season in accord with the instructions laid down. He promised to hand over the necessary quality seeds of crops to them.
The Vice-Senior General stressed the need to encourage school-age children to learn for passing the at least KG+9 scheme as implementing the policy adopted by the Prime Minister.
Families need to take care of using clean drinking water to be free from diseases in the aftermath of the storm.
Tatmadaw families have to actively participate in rehabilitation tasks, he noted.
The Vice-Senior General presented foodstuffs, cash assistance and seeds of vegetables to Tatmadaw members, families and relief teams from relevant stations.
The Vice-Senior General also comforted Tatmadaw members and families receiving medical treatment at the local medical battalion in Sittway and inspected the hospital.
At No 6 Basic Education High School in Sittway, the Vice-Senior General viewed the learning of students and fulfilled the requirements of teachers. —MNA/TTA

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