AYEYARWADY FOUNDATION HAS CONTRIBUTED
17.6 BILLION MMK
FOR COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Ayeyarwady Foundation, established in 2010 as a Non-Profit Organization (NPO), focuses on five pillars of philanthropic activities: Health, Education, Disaster Management, Youth Development and Sports Programmes, and Responsible Business Practice Program, under the guidance of its Founder and Executive Chairman, U Zaw Zaw.
Since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, Ayeyarwady Foundation has been utilizing all its resources to ensure public safety and promote public health. In response to the alarming rise of Covid-19 cases during the peak of the pandemic in the country, Ayeyarwady Foundation constructed two facilities, a 1000-bed Treatment/Quarantine Center (Ayeyarwady Center) in Yangon and a 375-bed Treatment Center in Mandalay, both equipped with HDU/ICU facilities, Laboratories, and Test & Care Centers. The Ayeyarwady Centers provided treatment to more than 12,000 patients, and over 22,000 patients were provided free Covid-19 tests. Furthermore, the foundation contributed generously to assist with quarantine facilities, transportation services, food supplies, and health insurance for volunteers and caregivers while also providing material assistance to local hospitals to meet their daily needs.
We will give our best efforts
to help creating our land Myanmar a better place to live.