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electricforvillages05MYTCL is now participating in inspection work on the electricity supply project completion for Yegyibin, Myayake, Myasane , Theldawgyi and Shwepankhine Villages in Theldawgyi Village Tract, Yinmarbin Township, Sagaing Region. The year has been a great success with the planned infrastructure, education and elderly support initiatives supported by MYTCL and MEHL. Now utilising the contingency budget as the projects come to a close, the remaining budget is absorbed by small works. The 2014-15 CSR and Community Development Budget will come to completion on April 1st 2015. 


uhtanhikeforelectricity01U Than Htike, Minister of Forestry, Mines and Energy is now participating in inspection works on the electricity supply project completion for Yegyibin, Myayake, Myasane, Theldawgyi and Shwepankhine Villages in Theldawgyi Village Tract. The project is the final and remaining developments from the 2014 year's budget, and is also the largest of the projects to be completed by MYTCL and MEHL in the 2014 year's frameworks. Needless to say, villagers are eager and enthised by this generous donation by the company and it's partner MEHL, and look foreward to the benefits of the mining project's charity while it operates within the region.


The village of Gondaw, located directly on the banks of the Yama Stream, sits on the precipace of the flood plains of the Chindwin and Yama convergence. Village Administrators contacted MYTCL management on the 3rd of August calling for soil and sandbags to help hold back the rising torrents.


Continuing with the Myanmar Yang Tse Copper Limited's safety and occupational health code that "The safety of our employees takes precedence over any other matter", the Red Cross Training Program of the 14th Batch celebrated completion in August 2015. Selected employees and volunteers from every department of the workforce attended to a total number of 61 members during the training dates of August 17th - 21st. Responsible with safeguarding our own employees and family, the 61 members and the trainers of the Red Cross Program were recognised and commended on their achievements, and their significant value to the MYTCL organisation.

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