Food aid distributed to people across the country

A man receives food aid from authorities in Dala Township.  Photo: Naing Lin Kyaw
A man receives food aid from authorities in Dala Township.  Photo: Naing Lin Kyaw

Yangon Region Social Affairs Minister distributes supplies in Dala Township

Maha Nada Maritime Co Ltd donated food supplies for 2,000 households without regular income in Dala Township, Yangon Region, for the long Thingyan holidays.
Yangon Region Minister for Social Affairs U Naing Ngan Lin and officials distributed the donations in Kanaung Danitaw village yesterday morning. They also handed over supplies to police officers in Dala Township and were assisted by Yangon Region (1) Hluttaw representative U Tun Yin, Yangon Region (2) Hluttaw representative U Htwe Tin, township officials and donors. —NaingLin Kyaw

Yangon Region distributes basic supplies
Officials in Yangon Region have distributed the five basic household supplies of rice, cooking oil, salt, lentils and onions for households without regular income.
So far, they have distributed to 57,249 households in Eastern District, 26,984 households in Western District, 111,149 households in Southern District, and 74,991 households in Northern District. —MNA

A local man accepts food aid from Shan State authorities.  Photo: IPRD
A local man accepts food aid from Shan State authorities.  Photo: IPRD

Shan State distributes household supplies
The Shan State government and KBZ Bank are donating supplies and protective equipment to medical institutions daily.
On 13 April, 1,000 rice bags and 5,000 eggs were donated on Kengtung Township, 20 PPE suits, hand gel and goggles donated to Taunggyi Maternal and Child Hospital, 200 masks and 360 eggs to BEHS (2) Ayetaryar, and similar donations were made to Kalaw and Bawsai, Naungtayar region and Pinmi Golf Club Aungpan.
Shan State Chief Minister Dr Lin Htut donated 200 soap bars, 1,200 gloves, 100 goggles, 144 sanitizer bottles to hospitals and clinics during his inspection into northern and southern districts of Shan State. He also donated 20 PPE suits and 1,000 masks hospital staff in Yangon by delivery. Donors donated 3,600 eggs from Win Gahtay farm yesterday morning and 8 volunteers from Shwe Pa-O Yaung Taw Phwint group and 15 office staff assisted in distribution. —MNA

Lewe Tsp distributes household supplies
Lewe Township authorities began distributing 5 household supplies on 10 April and aim to finish distribution to all 38,498 households without regular income by 16 April.
Distribution is also underway in Shwechi ward, Pyinmana, were local residents were grateful for the support from the nation.—Han Lin Naing

Rakhine authorities hand over food aid to local people.  Photo: Tin Tun
Rakhine authorities hand over food aid to local people.  Photo: Tin Tun

Rakhine State distributes household supplies to 12 Tsps
Officials in Rakhine State began distributing household supplies on 10 April and have distributed to 12 townships with 5 remaining.
Rakhine State Chief Minister U Nyi Pu and state ministers assisted in distributing the supplies in Sittway Township to households without regular income. There are 261,489 households without regular income in all 17 townships in Rakhine State. Distribution to 83,946 households in Sittway and Yethedaung townships were completed yesterday and distribution to 20,588 households in Ponnagyun and Pauktaw townships will continue.
Distribution to all 80,059 households in 5 townships in MraukU District, 27,174 households in Maungtaw District, 30,148 households in Kyaukpyu District were also complete yesterday. —Tin Tun (IPRD)

Household supplies distributed to local people in Dekkhina Thiri Township
Officials distributed basic household supplies to 4,758 out of 6,187 households in Dekkhinathiri Township yesterday.
Rice, salt, onions, lentils and cooking oil were distributed to 841 households in Dekkhinathiri ward, 475 houses in Shwe Ingyin ward, 759 houses in Yanaung Myin village-tract, 330 houses in Kyuntat Pwe village-tract, 537 houses in Kyarpin village-tract, 393 houses in Chaing village-tract, 446 houses in Ywarma village-tract, 901 houses in Doe Nwe village-tract, 652 houses in Kuhnitlonesesu village-tract, and 853 houses in Shwekenet village-tract. —MNA

Authorities in Myawady distribute basic food supplies to local people.  Photo: Htein Lin Aung
Authorities in Myawady distribute basic food supplies to local people.  Photo: Htein Lin Aung

Myawaddy distributes supplies to 2500 households

On the fifth day of distribution of basic household supplies to households without regular income, officials completed distribution to 2500 households in Myawaddy District, Kayin State, yesterday.
Pyithu Hluttaw representative U Sein Bo, Kayin State Hluttaw representative U Aik Kyan Kham and U Thant Zin Aung, District Administrator U Tayzar Aung and Township Administrator U Phyo Zaw Ko Ko assisted in the distribution.
On the first day, the supplies were distributed to 200 houses in Myawaddy Township, 1150 houses on the second day, 1100 houses on the third and 500 houses on the fourth. —Htein Lin Aung (IPRD)

A woman receives basic food supplies from local authorites in South Okkalapa Township yesterday.  Photo: Nay Htet Aung
A woman receives basic food supplies from local authorites in South Okkalapa Township yesterday.  Photo: Nay Htet Aung

Gov’t distributes foodstuffs to no-regular-income people in S-Okkalapa Township

A team led by the township administrator and the Hluttaw representative distributed five kinds of foodstuffs provided by the government to the people with irregular income in South Okkalapa Township starting from 12 April.
The team distributed the foodstuffs yesterday to the people from Wards 11 and 14. There are more than 36,000 households in South Okkalapa Township. Among them, over 9,900 households are people with no regular income. So, the team distributed rice, cooking oil, salt, bean and onion to 9,900 families. As of yesterday, the team has already distributed these five items of foodstuffs to 1,048 families.
To prevent the people from being crowded, the team comprising township administrator U Nyein Chan Aung, Pyithu Hluttaw representative Dr Saw Naing, and the officials distributed the foodstuffs wearing the masks and making people queue in line with three feet away from each other. —Nay Htet Aung (Translated by Hay Mar)

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