Union Information Minister inspects community centre (Pyinmana), gives instructions for youth development

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Union Information Minister U Maung Maung Ohn visits library of community centre (Pyinmana).

Union Minister for Information U Maung Maung Ohn, accompanied by Deputy Minister U Ye Tint, Permanent Secretary U Myo Myint Maung and officials, visited the community centre at Pyinmana Township Information and Public Relations Department yesterday.
Then, Director-General U Aye Kywe of IPRD clarified the work programmes of community centre (Pyinmana).
The Union Minister and party also inspected the library, child reading room and mobile library.
The Union Minister also met the officials and staff of district and township, Union Territory (Nay Pyi Taw) IPRDs.
During the meeting, the Union Minister talked about the five-point road map and nine objectives of the Provisional Government of Myanmar and duties of ministry’s staff like to inform, to educate and to entertain.
He also said the Prime Minister of the State gave instructions to promote the role of youths. The Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs was formed to improve the ability of youths and to become active and fit youths with love for sports, grab the learning access and right knowledge. The ministry will cooperate in these processes.
The youths play a key role in building the future of country. Global countries are making efforts for development of the human resources. It should create a better environment for the youths as they are the hopes of the country. The ministry also needs to adopt various media to keep the patriotism for the country and religion in their mind.
The ministry also broadcasts youth development programmes via State-owned media channels currently.
The Ministry of Sports and Youth Affairs should cooperate with the ministries concerned and relevant region/state governments in implementing these development programmes. Moreover, the community centres make efforts to establish youth-based centres. Therefore, all the staff need to be united with active and creative thinking.
Finally, the Union Minister provided cash assistance to the staff.
The Ministry of Information implemented the community centres starting 2015 and conducted various training courses and talks. The centres were established with State budgets, B.O.T system or cash contribution of the well-wishers.—MNA

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