Union minister inspects training courses of ActionAid

Union Minister U Htay Aung and officials of ActionAid visit small-scale industries in Pakokku Township.—MNA
Union Minister U Htay Aung and officials of ActionAid visit small-scale industries in Pakokku Township.—MNA

Nay Pyi Taw, 14 June — Union Minister for Hotels and Tourism U Htay Aung inspected tasks being out by ActionAid in central Myanmar on 12 June.
The union minister arrived at Sharpinkaing Village in Pakokku Township and met with local people before hearing report on tasks being carried out by ActionAid in Myanmar and potentials for further assistance for socioeconomic development.
ActionAid started its tasks in Myanmar in 2006 and is helping about 900 civil society organizations together with international and local organizations.
Then, the union minister and party visited Chaing Village, where ActionAid is conducting a course on weaving, and Kamma, where ActionAid is conducting courses on manufacturing handicraft from Ingyin rock and cane and bamboo, tailoring and weaving.
In the afternoon, the union minister and party inspected the handicraft shop of ActionAid in NyaungU.
On 13 June, the minister met with officials, hoteliers, tour operators, hotel managers, tour guides and trainees and instructors of the hotel services training school. MNA

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