The military council revoked the business license of three private hospitals in Mandalay : Myanmar The military council revoked the business license of three private hospitals in Mandalay : Myanmar

The military council revoked the business license of three private hospitals in Mandalay : Myanmar

The two northern armed groups asked to help Rakhine people during the Mokha storm   The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has started to provide two hundred thousand dollars in aid to Chin and Rakhine, who are affected by the storm     The military council revoked the business license of three private hospitals in Mandalay : Myanmar The palace in Mandalay, which has been temporarily closed for allegedly accepting CDM health workers, capital city The military council announced on May 15 that three private hospitals, including Kengko, had their business licenses revoked.  This order, signed by Dr. Myat Wunna Soe, Secretary of the Military Council's Private Health Industry Central Group, states that these private hospitals have failed to comply with the licensing rules contained in Section 19 (a) of the Health Business Law.  CDM specialist Prof. Dr. Win Khaing, who worked at the Palace Private Hospital, among the three hospitals whose license was revoked, was arrested by the military council on December 25, 2022, while he was working at the hospital.  Professor Dr. Win Khaing, a urologist and kidney surgeon, is a professor working at Mandalay Medical University and was a CDM member of the non-violent civil disobedience movement after the military coup d'état on February 1, 2021.  Within a few days after Dr. Win Khaing was arrested, some other CDM doctors from Mandalay were also arrested again.  On January 1, 2023, a week after the arrest of Dr. Win Khaing and some doctors, five private hospitals in Mandalay, including the three hospitals whose licenses have been revoked, were ordered by the military council to temporarily close their hospitals and not treat patients at all.  Now, four years later, the operating license of two other hospitals, including the Palace Hospital where Dr. Win Khaing worked, has been revoked.  In this regard, RFA called U Thein Htay, the Mandalay spokesperson for the Military Council, but he did not pick up the phone.  After the military coup, 557 doctors from all over the country, who were the earliest to join the CDM, were also fired by the military council, and their medical license (SMA) certificates were revoked for exactly one year.  The Ministry of Health of the National Unity Government (NUG) announced on April 20, 2023 that 71 health workers were killed and 836 were arrested during the more than two years of the military coup.  During the more than two years of the military coup, the hospital It is reported that 188 attacks and vandalism were carried out on clinics and 59 ambulances were damaged. The (NUG) Ministry of Health statement also stated that there were 49 ambulances forcibly seized by the military council.       The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has started to provide two hundred thousand dollars in aid to Chin and Rakhine, who are affected by the storm The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced on May 17 that the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will provide US$200,000 (over 400,000 Myanmar kyats) for relief work in areas damaged by the cyclone.  This amount of money is given as an initial payment, and it is necessary for Rakhine and Chin states to get housing, He said it was to be used to buy water and personal hygiene items.  He also said that the US government will continue to help people affected by the storm.  Rakhine state due to the storm Around 400 Rohingya were killed in the Rohingya refugee camps in Sittwe Township, and according to residents, the entire town was 90 percent destroyed.  Due to the large amount of damage caused by the storm, the Rakhine state will only be able to recover with the help of the international community. Executive Director U Zaw Zaw Tun told RFA.  National Unity Government NUG Interim President Duwal Shila said, " I am very saddened to hear that the Rohingya people should not have died in the refugee camp but lost their lives in large numbers. I am aware that more than 60 percent of the entire Rakhine State has been damaged and more efforts must be made in the rehabilitation and construction parts," he added in his speech today on May 17 .  He also said that NUG will contribute one million US dollars for emergency response to the storm.  The National Unity Government NUG Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management has announced that Rakhine, which is affected by the storm, Chin not curved Sagaing Yangon and Bangladesh Cox's Bazaar announced on May 16 that it has provided 59 million Myanmar Kyats for refugees.  In addition, NUG's Ministry of Health Sagaing, He said that 28 million kyats have been provided for emergency health care in Magway and Chin states.  The US Embassy has been working with the US government for days before the storm to provide emergency food, shelters, Major relief items; He said that he was given medicines and pre-relocation.  The U.S. Embassy statement also stated that it will continue to work with these groups to review and assist priority areas after the storm.    The two northern armed groups asked to help Rakhine people during the Mokha storm The Taang National Liberation Army (PSLF/TNLA) and Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNTJP/MNDAA) have requested the international community to provide emergency aid and rehabilitation assistance to the Rakhine people affected by the Mokha storm.  In a statement issued on May 17, it was stated that the people of Rakhine need urgent assistance to prevent the situation from getting worse.  He also said that he is saddened by the loss of life and damage caused by the storm.  Rakhine State, which was affected by Cyclone Mokha that hit on May 14, Brahmin Island you plate He said that it is more difficult because the infrastructure and administrative systems have been damaged due to the military attacks in Rati Taung and Paletwa townships.  According to the statistics of the National Unity Government (NUG), 435 people have died in the entire country, including Rakhine State, due to the storm Mokha.

The palace in Mandalay, which has been temporarily closed for allegedly accepting CDM health workers, capital city The military council announced on May 15 that three private hospitals, including Kengko, had their business licenses revoked.

This order, signed by Dr. Myat Wunna Soe, Secretary of the Military Council's Private Health Industry Central Group, states that these private hospitals have failed to comply with the licensing rules contained in Section 19 (a) of the Health Business Law.

CDM specialist Prof. Dr. Win Khaing, who worked at the Palace Private Hospital, among the three hospitals whose license was revoked, was arrested by the military council on December 25, 2022, while he was working at the hospital.

Professor Dr. Win Khaing, a urologist and kidney surgeon, is a professor working at Mandalay Medical University and was a CDM member of the non-violent civil disobedience movement after the military coup d'état on February 1, 2021.

Within a few days after Dr. Win Khaing was arrested, some other CDM doctors from Mandalay were also arrested again.

On January 1, 2023, a week after the arrest of Dr. Win Khaing and some doctors, five private hospitals in Mandalay, including the three hospitals whose licenses have been revoked, were ordered by the military council to temporarily close their hospitals and not treat patients at all.

Now, four years later, the operating license of two other hospitals, including the Palace Hospital where Dr. Win Khaing worked, has been revoked.

In this regard, RFA called U Thein Htay, the Mandalay spokesperson for the Military Council, but he did not pick up the phone.

After the military coup, 557 doctors from all over the country, who were the earliest to join the CDM, were also fired by the military council, and their medical license (SMA) certificates were revoked for exactly one year.

The Ministry of Health of the National Unity Government (NUG) announced on April 20, 2023 that 71 health workers were killed and 836 were arrested during the more than two years of the military coup.

During the more than two years of the military coup, the hospital It is reported that 188 attacks and vandalism were carried out on clinics and 59 ambulances were damaged. The (NUG) Ministry of Health statement also stated that there were 49 ambulances forcibly seized by the military council.






The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has started to provide two hundred thousand dollars in aid to Chin and Rakhine, who are affected by the storm

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced on May 17 that the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will provide US$200,000 (over 400,000 Myanmar kyats) for relief work in areas damaged by the cyclone.

This amount of money is given as an initial payment, and it is necessary for Rakhine and Chin states to get housing, He said it was to be used to buy water and personal hygiene items.

He also said that the US government will continue to help people affected by the storm.

Rakhine state due to the storm Around 400 Rohingya were killed in the Rohingya refugee camps in Sittwe Township, and according to residents, the entire town was 90 percent destroyed.

Due to the large amount of damage caused by the storm, the Rakhine state will only be able to recover with the help of the international community. Executive Director U Zaw Zaw Tun told RFA.

National Unity Government NUG Interim President Duwal Shila said, " I am very saddened to hear that the Rohingya people should not have died in the refugee camp but lost their lives in large numbers. I am aware that more than 60 percent of the entire Rakhine State has been damaged and more efforts must be made in the rehabilitation and construction parts," he added in his speech today on May 17 .

He also said that NUG will contribute one million US dollars for emergency response to the storm.

The National Unity Government NUG Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management has announced that Rakhine, which is affected by the storm, Chin not curved Sagaing Yangon and Bangladesh Cox's Bazaar announced on May 16 that it has provided 59 million Myanmar Kyats for refugees.

In addition, NUG's Ministry of Health Sagaing, He said that 28 million kyats have been provided for emergency health care in Magway and Chin states.

The US Embassy has been working with the US government for days before the storm to provide emergency food, shelters, Major relief items; He said that he was given medicines and pre-relocation.

The U.S. Embassy statement also stated that it will continue to work with these groups to review and assist priority areas after the storm.



The two northern armed groups asked to help Rakhine people during the Mokha storm

The Taang National Liberation Army (PSLF/TNLA) and Myanmar National Democratic Alliance Army (MNTJP/MNDAA) have requested the international community to provide emergency aid and rehabilitation assistance to the Rakhine people affected by the Mokha storm.

In a statement issued on May 17, it was stated that the people of Rakhine need urgent assistance to prevent the situation from getting worse.

He also said that he is saddened by the loss of life and damage caused by the storm.

Rakhine State, which was affected by Cyclone Mokha that hit on May 14, Brahmin Island you plate He said that it is more difficult because the infrastructure and administrative systems have been damaged due to the military attacks in Rati Taung and Paletwa townships.

According to the statistics of the National Unity Government (NUG), 435 people have died in the entire country, including Rakhine State, due to the storm Mokha.
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