Happy life of local people and improvement of farming work in Pauktaw Township, Rakhine State

A young man makes paddy dry in a field out of Kyein-ni-pyin camp in Pauktaw Township. About 1,000 Muslim households are accommodated at 126 eight-roomed buildings in the camp, one of four in the township. Apart from being provided with bags of rice by WFP monthly, the camp people are allowed to do paddy growing and fishing. —GNLM/Photo: Ye Myint
A young man makes paddy dry in a field out of Kyein-ni-pyin camp in Pauktaw Township. About 1,000 Muslim households are accommodated at 126 eight-roomed buildings in the camp, one of four in the township. Apart from being provided with bags of rice by WFP monthly, the camp people are allowed to do paddy growing and fishing. —GNLM/Photo: Ye Myint
Photo taken on Monday of children having a big smile on their faces at Kyein-ni-pyin camp in Pauktaw Township on Monday. So far 126 eight-roomed buildings have been provided for more than 4,500 refugees at the camp. There are more than 17,000 people living in four camps in the township.—GNLM/Photo: Ye Myint
Photo taken on Monday of children having a big smile on their faces at Kyein-ni-pyin camp in Pauktaw Township on Monday. So far 126 eight-roomed buildings have been provided for more than 4,500 refugees at the camp. There are more than 17,000 people living in four camps in the township.—GNLM/Photo: Ye Myint
A group of kids seen in front of breastfeeding space at Kyein-ni-pyin camp in Pauktaw Township on Monday. It is one of four in the township with 26,612 Muslim population. “The camp sees health care services thrice a month,” said one of the heads of the camp.  GNLM/Photo: Ye Myint
A group of kids seen in front of breastfeeding space at Kyein-ni-pyin camp in Pauktaw Township on Monday. It is one of four in the township with 26,612 Muslim population. “The camp sees health care services thrice a month,” said one of the heads of the camp. GNLM/Photo: Ye Myint
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