Ooredoo Myanmar has delivered humanitarian aid to flood victims in the country's Mon State.
Heavy rain and high tide caused floods in various parts of Mon State recently. As a result, many people in the area were displaced from their homes and some permanently because of landslides.
In response, Ooredoo Myanmar initiated a humanitarian aid initiative to support the flood victims of Mon State, the company said in a statement.
Accordingly, Ooredoo handed over relief material that included a 2kg rice pack, four tins of readymade canned fish, a one-litre bottle of cooking oil and 10 packs of instant noodles in one bag for over 41,000 people (about 7,800 households) hailing from the flood-affected areas of Mon State.
In addition to this support, Ooredoo Myanmar is providing free unlimited 'on-net' calls and SMS to landslide-hit people in Ye Township, Mon State, until August 18 to help them stay connected with relatives and friends in other parts of Myanmar.
U Tint Naing Htut, head of Corporate Communications at Ooredoo Myanmar, said: “Ooredoo Myanmar always cares for the people of Myanmar and their well-being. When there is a need in the communities we operate in, we are ready to support them. We are reaching out to the flooded areas of Lower Myanmar to help people in need.”
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