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Flood Donations

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Pho Hlaing Chaung - new water well 2011

Pho Hlaing Chaung - new water well 2011 10/13/2011 12:00:00 AM
The artisan well at Pho Hlaing Chaung village is now finished and reaches to 640′ feet (220 meter) deep. The water quality is very good and they can drink it. We will send this water to a lab in Yangon to check it is free from disease and good enough for drinking water. We are now going to build a concrete tank to store the water, buy an engine and compressor and built a house to hold this machines in good condition. readmore

Pat Le 2008

Pat Le 2008 9/11/2008 12:00:00 AM
In Pat Le we have done various projects over the years. In 2008 we installed our first artisan well in this village. readmore

Thar Thar Myaing Water Donation 2010

Thar Thar Myaing Water Donation 2010 5/13/2010 12:00:00 AM
The next village we reached was Thar Thar Myaing, with a population of 211 familes. Both their lakes have dried up and they have no well. Again, we donated 40 liters to all households. We will in the future also establish an artisan well, water pump and water tanks for drinking water in this village, so they have a more permanent solution in the long run. readmore

Khamaungdwe Cyclone Giri relief 2010

Khamaungdwe Cyclone Giri relief 2010 11/18/2010 12:00:00 AM
Our 6 volunteer medical doctors are at East Pha Yone Kar Island, Kha Maug Htwi village, Rakhine State. They started to provide medical care at the village of Khamaungdwe and surroundings with a mobile clinic on a boat. Because drinking water is a source of pollution, they started digging a well at this village and after digging to about 2-3 meters, they found very good water. Although this water is good to use for the time being, we will continue to dig deeper to more secure water levels and build a proper brick well so the village will be provided for in times of drought. None of the large NGOs managed to come this far to this small island with 7 villages because there are rocks in front of the entrance to the island, that shelter it from the sea. It will cost us about 1200 US$ for one water-well but more funding is needed to repair the schools. It will cost us about 12,000 US$ to repair a school of 20′ (7 meter) to 60″ (20 meter) at Khamaungdwe village and we have no funding for this yet. readmore

Seikpyu - Floodings 2011

Seikpyu - Floodings 2011 12/22/2011 12:00:00 AM
The floods in this area are the worst in 30-40 years.In this township alone 1275 houses have been washed away by the floods, 11 people are reported dead as well as 386 cattle, 1028 goat and sheep and 142 pigs.Some buildings like the 4 monastic schools, libraries and many others have also been destroyedOur doctors are helped by a local humanitarian organization called Thingaha. Together with a local volunteer, they went to Ashay Kan Twin village, where 85 of the 276 houses have been washed away by floodwaters and 2 people died.They treated more than 160 villagers there. At night they were forced to return to Seik Phyu and stay at the local library for shelter. readmore

Pakkoku - Flooding 2011

Pakkoku - Flooding 2011 10/21/2011 12:00:00 AM
From 19 to 21 October 2011, we experienced severe rains and sudden floods in Pakkoku, Pauk, Myaing and Yesago townships, which are situated at the western bank of the Ayeyarwaddy river. Many villages have been flooded with muddy water and many lost their life or home. A big bridge broken in three and refugee camps are growing daily. At Pakkoku alone there are more than 2000 refugees. readmore