Third batch of ASEAN countries’ humanitarian aid for Mocha victims received

A Malaysian Airlines plane carrying a total of 16 and a half tonnes of emergency supplies worth about US$53,000 arrived at Yangon International Airport yesterday afternoon. The relief items were sent from ASEAN countries to assist those affected by Cyclone Mocha.
An official from the AHA Centre, Director U Than Soe of the Natural Disaster Management Centre of Yangon Region and officials checked the supplies. The delivery will be handed over to the people in the storm-affected areas.
The third batch of relief supplies that arrived yesterday consists of 52 packages of AHA-branded kitchen utensils suitable for a family of five and 210 packs of the shelter tool kit, 280 tarpaulin packages, totalling 542 packages, amounting to approximately 16 and a half tonnes of cargo. — MNA/KZW

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