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  • 4,000 Myanmar workers took jobs in eight foreign countries last month

    news The Global New Light of Myanmar, 16 Mar 2017 (5 years ago )
    MORE THAN 4,000 workers accepted overseas jobs in eight different countries last month, the Ministry of Labour, Immigration and Population reported. In February alone, a total of 3,614 people out of 4,184 went to neighboring Thailand, while 240 others were legally sent to Malaysia, followed by 21...
  • 4,800 Taninthayi children to get overseas birth certificates

    news Eleven Myanmar, 02 May 2017 (5 years ago )
    The Taninthayi Region government has requested the Public Health Department in Nay Pyi Taw issue overseas birth certificates to more than 4,800 children who were born in Thailand. The immigrant parents gave birth in Thailand and their children are under five years old. The parents have applied fo...
  • 4000 villages now have access to solar grids

    news Myanmar Times, 26 Nov 2018 (3 years ago )
    The government said its solar electrification project has allowed almost 200,000 households to access power supply over the last two years. Over 4000 villages and 180,000 households have been electrified during two years of five-year solar electrification project implemented by the agriculture mi...
  • 45 members of KKO (Breakaway) Return to Legal Fold in Hpa-an

    news The Global New Light of Myanmar, 23 Jun 2019 (2 years ago )
    45 members of the KKO (Breakaway) group returned to the legal fold bringing their arms and ammunition at a Tatmadaw column on 22 June morning. Led by Maung Myint, the 45-member troop of KKO (Breakaway) contacted the Tatmadaw column through Mizine Mountain Sayadaw Bhaddanta Sandarvara on 21 June w...
  • 47 Karenni Villages Asked to Pay $10K for Electricity Connection

    news The Irrawaddy, 20 May 2014 (8 years ago )
    Dozens of Karenni State villages have been informed by the regional government that they will have to pay US$10,000 per village to get a connection to the national electronic grid, DVB reports. “We plan to bring electricity to 47 villages under this self-sponsorship scheme. Each village will hav...
  • 4th round of 21st Century Panglong Conference scheduled for December or early 2019

    news Eleven Myanmar, 25 Nov 2018 (3 years ago )
    The fourth round of Union Peace Conference-21st Century Panglong Conference will be held in comingDecember or in the early 2019, said Zaw Htay, Spokesperson of the President’s Office, at a press conference at the Presidential House in Nay Pyi Taw on November 23. “Plan is under way to hold two co...
  • 5 kinds of monsoon crops to be planted in Kayin State

    news Myanmar Times, 11 May 2017 (5 years ago )
    In developing the farming sector in Kayin State, it is estimated that five kinds of monsoon crops will be grown in the state, according to an estimation of agricultural projects for 2017-18 fiscal year. The state head office of the Department of Agriculture announced that these five monsoon crops...
  • 5,000 health services centres aim topromote well-being of rural people

    news The Global New Light of Myanmar, 14 Oct 2016 (5 years ago )
    DOCTOR on Call, a healthcare service company, will launch up to 5,000 service centers across the nation before the end of 2018, with the aim of spreading health knowledge and information, its spokesperson said. “The major purpose of opening the centres for healthcare services are to promote good ...
  • 5,080 Villages to Receive Electricity with World Bank Support This Year

    news Myanmar Times, 05 Feb 2019 (3 years ago )
    A total of 5080 villages will receive electricity this year as part of the National Electrification Plan (NEP) which is currently under implementation with World Bank assistance, U Thura Aung Bo, project manager and deputy chief engineer of NEP, told The Myanmar Times. Of the US$400 million allo...
  • 50 homes destroyed in Mae La refugee camp fire

    news Democratic Voice of Burma, 25 Mar 2014 (8 years ago )
    Nineteen huts were razed to the ground and 31 demolished to prevent a fire from spreading at a refugee camp on the Thai-Burmese border on Monday night, a camp official has confirmed to DVB. According to Saw Tha Khe of the Mae La camp committee, no casualties have been reported. “The fire broke...