The Embassy of Israel in Yangon donated over 12.5 million kyat worth of relief goods to the flood victims from Thayarwaddy, where over 2,000 people were evacuated to 12 rescue camps.

 Helping flood victims in Myanmar

 

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(Embassy of Israel, Yangon)

The Embassy of Israel in Yangon donated over 12.5 million kyat worth of relief goods to the flood victims from Thayarwaddy, where over 2,000 people were evacuated to 12 rescue camps. Ambassador Daniel Zonshine visited the area, and donated dry noodles, hygiene kits, mosquito nets and medicines on behalf of the people and the State of Israel.

U Myint Lwin Oo, Minister for Finance and Revenue of the Bago Reigon Government, received the ambassador and embassy staff at the camps.

 Helping flood victims in Myanmar

Minister for Finance and Revenue U Myint Lwin Oo thanks Ambassador Zonshine
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Ambassador Zonshine also visited the Tharyarwaddy District Hospital to donate medicines for the flood victims. He noted that Israel will continue helping the rehabilitation of flood victims of Myanmar. Up to 150,000 people have been displaced or had their livelihoods affected by the terrible flood.