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Myanmar Storm Donations

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Hlaing Bone Lay 2008

Hlaing Bone Lay 2008 11/14/2008 12:00:00 AM
The monastery at this village was destroyed during the cyclone, all walls were gone but it still saved more than 80 people’s lives. At the time of our visit, new houses had been built and furniture for the school was donated by Unicef. We donated stationary and other things for the children. readmore

Phone Soe aid mission 2008

Phone Soe aid mission 2008 6/17/2008 12:00:00 AM
In order to reach these two villages, we had to travel by boat for 2:30 hours from Maw Gyun. They are situated inside a small creek so most of the relief groups never reached there. Each family received 1 small sac of rice, an aluminium pot, steel cooking utensils, spoons, knife, water filters, lighters and candles, male and female longyis, short pants for men and many other things. For the children we brought toys, sweets, chocolate and balloons. In short they received what a family needs to restart their life again. Compassionate Hands Foundation readmore

Myit Tan aid mission 2008

Myit Tan aid mission 2008 6/16/2008 12:00:00 AM
On 16 of June 2008, we left Maw Gyun for the two villages Myit Tan (Kun Thi Chaung) and Phone Soe, two villages with a total of 235 families and a population of 1112 people. We took a boat and loaded it with the things we had bought and had transported from Yangon. This boat was nearly full with items to donate. From house roof tarpuline to thread and needles, slippers, sacs of rice and aluminium post, etc. readmore

Just after the cyclone Nargis 2008

Just after the cyclone Nargis 2008 6/13/2008 12:00:00 AM
We left Yangon for Mawla Myaing Gyun on 13th June 2008. This is one of the most severely hit areas of Cyclone Nargis. To reach the area, we had to take a boat for 12 hours because the area is inaccessable by road as it is totally surrounded by rivers. Therefore, most of the relief groups never managed to get there. Fortunately, we had a very good friend in this town, who came to meet us at the jetty. He had already made 6 relief trips to the surrounding villages and strongly hit areas. He is a local man with a good heart and a good manager. He was able to provide us with information on which villages needed aid the most and what they needed exactly. He also helped us with the logistics. So for this trip we bought 40 sacs of rice, 300 meters of tarpaulin, aluminium pots and pans for cooking, anti-mosquito tablets and other items. We were accompanied by Unicef and UNFPA, who donated mosquito nets, safe matenity kits and female dignity kits. readmore

Kanyin Chaung Gyi after cyclone Nargis 2008

Kanyin Chaung Gyi after cyclone Nargis 2008 6/11/2008 12:00:00 AM
Here at Kanyin Chaung Gyi the school lost a large portion of its roof. We provided materials and helped to repair it. readmore

Myaungmya Refugee Camp 2008

Myaungmya Refugee Camp 2008 7/25/2008 12:00:00 AM
Our fourth trip was very challenging for all of us because we visited children, who lost their parents during the Cyclone Nargis. Some of them were living at an orphanage school, run by the department of social welfare, and some of them lived with relatives. We left Yangon for Myaung Mya at 10 of July 25, 2008 at 9 p.m. We had to take the Highway bus for 8 hours. The road was bumpy and full of pot holes so it didn’t go very fast. When we arrived at Cyclone Refugee center in Myaung Mya, everybody was tired and wanted to rest. After a shower we met with our local volunteers who would to do all the cooking. Waiting for donationsOn 12th of July we went to the orphanage school, where 106 orphans live. Every child has his or her own story on how they survived. Some of them have left 2 or 3 brothers and/or sisters. They lost their parents and are not strong enough to survive on their own. So they have to rely on others’ kindness and donations. readmore

Asu Gyi 2008

Asu Gyi 2008 8/13/2008 12:00:00 AM
At Asu Gyi the two 2 schools lost their roofs, furniture and stationaries, which we repaired and donated. readmore