Restoration works conducted in Kawkareik

In Kawkareik, Kayin State, conflicts caused damage to houses, Myoma Market and the public hospital and dispensary in the neighbourhoods, prompting residents to move to other places temporarily.
Now that the area has become stable and peaceful since the morning of 27 April, they have returned to live in Kawkareik, and the Kayin State Government is managing and supervising the redevelopment works for the people of that area to make living comfortable.
As these redevelopment works are underway, Tatmadaw members, Myanmar police force members and members of fire brigades performed cleaning of debris in the wards yesterday morning.
A total of 11,019 households of 10,432 houses (69,238 people in total) in seven Wards and Kawbein and Kawpauk Villages in Kawkareik, all the households were temporarily displaced due to these events, and the temporarily displaced people are returning to Kawkareik starting from 27 April.a
A total of 387 temporarily displaced residents re-entered yesterday.
In order to facilitate the living of the returnees, the Kayin State government has provided each household with 8 pyis of rice, 50 ticals of oil, and ten packs of instant noodles.
The State Department of Natural Disaster Management is providing kits of 17 relief items to each household. — IPRD/KZL

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