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Ooredoo Handed over Two Health Care Centers

Ceremonies of two health care centers in Paw Daw Mu village, Thaton Township and Phet Ka Leik village, Kyaik Hto Township in Mon State to Ministry of Health and Sports benefiting over 14,000 people from the surrounding on October 16, 2018.

Dr. Aye Zan, Chief Minister of Mon State, government officials, representatives from Ministry of Health and Sports, Vikram Sinha, CEO of Ooredoo Myanmar and senior management team members, representatives from UNOPS and local community members attended the ceremonies.

Vikram Sinha, CEO of Ooredoo Myanmar said, “Ooredoo is focused on giving back to the community and our 2 main areas of focus for our Corporate Social Responsibility are Health and Education. We understand that quality healthcare service is one of the most important and most needed in rural areas of Myanmar. By enabling access to quality healthcare through our support of the construction of primary healthcare facilities, we believe that we can make a real difference to the lives of Myanmar people by providing reliable Primary Health Care Centers”. Ooredoo Myanmar funded $3.1 million for the construction of 21 Primary Healthcare Centers across Myanmar by partnering with UNOPS to manage the construction of Primary Healthcare Centers.

These are 9th and 10th Primary Health Care Centers out of 21, handed over to Ministry of Health and Sports.