WFP and ICRC provide humanitarian aids

A convoy of 10 vehicles carrying 2160 bags of beans weighing 108 tons from WFP, Sittway arrived at Rakhine State Police Force at 9:25 am on 30 September, delivering them to WFP warehouse in Ywagyi south ward in Sittway at 10:45 am the same day.
Similarly, at 2:30 pm, motor boats carrying WFP provisions and subsidies left Sittway port for Minbya and Mrauk-U at 2:30 pm, arriving at Aungtine Bengali village in Minbya township, at 7:30 am on October 1. There, 136 rice bags, 8 pea bags, 35 packs of cooking oil, 1 salt bag and 36 nutritious powder bags were given to Jarkey, 100-household-leader, with at 11:20 am 354 rice bags, 23 bean bags, 54 packs of cooking oil, 3 bags of salt, 20 packs of nutritious powder given to Maung Maung Zaw (a) Par du shar, 100-household-leader. At 4:10pm the team arrived at Thayetoat Muslim village, giving out 284 rice bags, 19 pea bags, 44 packs of cooking oil, 3 bags of salt and 67 packs of nutritious powder to Numar, leader of 100 households.
Similarly, commodities from ICRC warehouse nearby Shwemingan Kyaytaw village in Sittwe were carried in 6 motor vehicles to support displaced people in Maungtaw region. Vehicles arrived at Shwe Min Gan port at 4:20 pm. Out of 6 vehicles, goods on 4 cars were carried by vessel with security forces on board leaving for Buthidaung port, it was learnt.
After the events of ARSA extremist terrorists’ attacks, provision of humanitarian aids was being carried out in northern Rakhine State under Red Cross Movement. It has been learnt that displaced Rakhine nationals, Muslims, Hindus, Mro and Daingnet are being supported. After 25 August terrorist attacks, humanitarian aids commenced to have been provided as of 27th August.—MNA

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