Promoting hand hygiene in Myanmar

Some 250 primary and secondary school children from a Myanmar village were beneficiaries of our colleagues’ CSR efforts.

Surbana Jurong and SMEC colleagues in Myanmar jointly organised a corporate social responsibility campaign to raise awareness of personal hygiene among some 250 primary and secondary school children in Pann Pyo Lat Monastic Education School in Kyauktan, a village between Yangon and Bago.

The children were taught the importance of hand hygiene and how to wash their hands properly, based on WHO guidelines.

A colleague demonstrating proper hand-washing techniques to a student.

The volunteers also donated generously for the construction of a washroom and steel water tank for the school. They also treated the children to meals and prepared for them goodie bags containing hygiene kits, tidbits and school supplies.

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