Housing project for Mro ethnics in Rakhine State launched

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Under the instruction of the Head of the State, a project is underway to build houses with border development funds by the arrangement of the Ministry of Border Affairs for Mro ethnics at Khondine Village in northern Maungtaw, where houses were destroyed in terrorist attacks by the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army (ARSA) on, 16 October.
The new houses will not be built at the original location, which was destroyed, but nearby at rough index map DU-309402 Padakar Chaungzone roadside Maungtaw-Bandoola, according to the desires of the local nationals.
In the first phase of the project, 48 dwelling places will be built with acquisition of water to be prioritised. If it is necessary to build Khondine Village as a combined village, an extension containing more houses will be constructed, under instruction of the State Government.
The housing estate project includes a village assembly hall, a monastery, a rural dispensary, a primary school, a marketplace, lakes, wells and solar panel installations.
The first phase of the project will be completed by the end of January 2018.

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