16 October 2020
Ayeyawady United Football Club recently contributed K10 million to the Ayeyawady Centre for combating COVID-19 pandemic across the country, announced by Myanmar National League this week on their official social media page.
Likewise, Myanmar’s famous singer Zaw Paing and his family donated K1 million to the Ayeyawady Centre this week for general use of the centre, according to the statement with the Ayeyawady Foundation.
Myanmar Football Federation U Zaw Zaw who is also a chairperson of the Ayeyawady Foundation presented the certificates of honour to the donors on behalf of the foundation.
Officials of the centre have expressed deep gratitude to the Ayeyawady United FC and singer Zaw Paing and his family for their donations, according to the Ayeyawady Foundation.
The Ayeyawady centre, located on the Thuwunna Youth training ground, has been giving health service for the public from 19 September 2020.
The Ministry of Health and Sports gave full permission to run the temporary healthcare centre, and the ministry has also contributed medical equipment for the centre, according to the Ayeyawady Foundation.
The centre can accommodate over 400 positive patients, and it is now becoming a key place to give healthcare treatments in Yangon by Ayeyawady Foundation in line with guidelines of the Ministry of Health and Sports. The MFF president, along with other donor’s support, also provided the daily needs of the temporary healthcare centre.
Credit - Global New Light of Myanmar