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Daily News Brief on Rakhine State Affairs 07/02/2019

Rakhine State Chief Minister meets with representatives from ASEAN Secretariat, AHA Centre
Sittway February 6

Rakhine State Chief Minister met with representatives from ASEAN Secretariat and AHA Centre in Sittway yesterday.

During the meeting, the representatives said that the ASEAN-Emergency Response and Assessment Team (ASEAN- ERAT) would make an analysis of the repatriation process in accordance with the agreements between Myanmar and ASEAN. They also discussed about preparing for questionnaire to be used by ASEAN- ERAT team in cooperation with departments and providing management and supports from Myanmar for the observation team.

Rakhine State Chief Minister replied that efforts would be made to cooperate with ASEAN for the repatriation process with genuine motives. The development of the whole Rakhine State is more crucial rather than giving humanitarian aids. If job opportunities could be created, it would be beneficial to the residents in the Rakhine State.

-MNA
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Public Health Department provides healthcare services at IDP camps in Pauktaw Township
Pauktaw February 5

Department of Public Health, in collaboration with Pauktaw Township Public Health Department, provided healthcare services to the people at IDP Camps in Pauktaw Township, Rakhine State on 5 February.

For the first day, the healthcare team led by head of Rakhine State Public Health Department rendered healthcare services to 174 child patients under 3 years of age and other 51 pregnant women at the Hnet Chaung and the Kyeinni IDP camps, Pauktaw Township, Rakhine State, where they examined 11 malaria patients, 12 patients who had tested TB disease, 11 patients who took the treatment of dental health, 79 child patients, 43 pregnant women and they made activities on sharing medical knowledge to other 197 people.

As an effort to provide the healthcare services for the first time, arrangements had been made to provide the medical treatments to 600 people, who were from the Hnet Chaung and the Kyeinni IDP camps, until 7 February. Similar healthcare services would be rendered in March and May, it is learnt.
-MNA

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