Union Minister Lt-General Ye Aung opens women’s vocational training school (Katha)

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Union Minister Lt-Gen Ye Aung inspects border area national races youth development training school in Pinlebu Township. Photo: MNA

Union Minister for Border Affairs Lt-General Ye Aung opened the Ministry of Border Affairs, Education and Training Department, women’s vocational training school (Katha) on 18 May.
The school was built with a budget allocated from fiscal year 2017-2018. Officials opened the training school by cutting the ceremonial ribbon. Also, Union Minister Lt-Gen Ye Aung unveiled the signboard and sprinkled scented water onto the commemorative plaque.
The Union Minister delivered a speech at the opening, and Hluttaw representative U Nyi Nyi Tun spoke words of thanks. Afterward, the Union Minister inspected the dormitories, dining hall and kitchens at the training school.
Additionally, on the afternoon of 16 May, the Union Minister inspected construction on sections of the Wuntho-Bamauk road, Naungkan-Mawlin road and Pinlebu-Banmauk road.
Earlier in the morning of 16 May, the Union Minister inspected a site in Bamauk Township where a border areas national race youth development training school is to be built, and on 17 May the Union Minister inspected the Pinlebu Township border area national races youth development training school, where he provided cash assistance and urged the planting of seasonal fruit trees.
On 18 May, the Union Minister also inspected construction on a road connecting No. 6 Ward to Thein Inn Village in Katha Town and Naungkan-Mawlin road.
The Union Minister remarked about the requirements of the officials, Hluttaw representatives, and quality inspection groups to systematically inspect the construction, and for local residents to participate in the maintenance of the road, for long term utilization.
During his tour of the region, the union minister visited the Progress of Border Areas and National Races Department, District Development Supervision office (Katha), Township Development Supervision office (Bamauk and Pinlebu) and coordinated on discussions with officials.
While in Pinlebu, the Union Minister also visited the Pinlebu Township Hospital, where he met and encouraged patients undergoing treatment and provided cash assistance.
The Union Minister later visited the Myitthaychin Village basic education primary school in Bamauk Township and Pinn Mu Village basic education middle school (branch), where he presented school uniforms and books.
Further, Chairman of the Work Committee for Implementation of Development of Border Areas and National Races Union Minister for Border Affair Lt-Gen Ye Aung inspected regional and human resources development works in Sagaing Region Bamauk, Pinlebu and Katha townships from 16 to 18 May.

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