Saturday, August 13, 2016

2910. INTERN. Veterinary Files From Myanmar. A water tank to provide clean water for the students

August 13, 2016

Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Show him how to catch fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

"What is the most useful $300 present for a school?" I asked a Myanmar veterinarian. He
suggested exercise books, sharpeners and pencils.

Myanmar is a large country with around 50 million people.  Education of the young enables them to improve their lives. But many village schools need funds to buy writing material to educate the students.

Hence donations of exercise books and pencils are much appreciated as they are often short of supply.

In Oct 2015, Dr Sing Kong Yuen told his friend, Dr Thin Thin Soe that he wished to donate $300 worth of educational material to a government primary school.  Drs Thein Tun Aung and Thin Thin Soe, Myanmar veterinarians got the project done through the head monks of Hinthada.

A video of his visit      Government primary school in a village in Hinthada, Myanmar.

165 students    Grades 1 to 6 in one building, sharing space. 

Head monks are the link between benefactors and recipients. Dr Thin Thin Soe and her 92-year-old mother donates money and exercise books and drink to the school on this occasion.


1. Half Lakh (L) = 50,000 Myanmar Kyats (K) = SGD 57.00 for 2 exercise books and 1 drink for 165 children

2. 3L = 300,000 K = SGD 339
 for a stainless steel water tank


Dr Thein Tun Aung (left), veterinary surgeon, Royal Asia Veterinary Surgery, Yangon

                             Dr Thein Tun Aung (left) with Dr Sing Kong Yuen (right)

Dr Thin Thin Soe, Owner, Royal Asia Veterinary Surgery, Yangon, Myanmar

Small donations go a long way
Accounts will be properly kept. Receipts will be given
Let me know what type of thing you want to donate

Types of donations
1. Writing materials
2. Tiffin carriers
3. School uniforms, bags
4. Life jackets
5. School boat for 40 children the Ayeyawaddy River transport to school (another video)


  Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Show him how to catch fish and you feed him for a lifetime.

Donations of educational or materials to the village schools in Myanmar, of any amount are welcome.
Contact: Dr Sing Kong Yuen
Tel/SMS  +65 9668-6468  

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