Burmese Monks & Followers helped Orphans from Nargis Cyclone in the Delta Area as 2nd trip of Child Aid Foundation activity
MoeMaKa Reporter 002
October 8, 2008
With the donation and charity raised from both inside and outside of Burmese community, Child Aid Foundation run by Burmese monks and Burmese Buddhists had made 2nd trip to the Delta area to offer some relief for orphans after the Nargis cyclone.
Previously with 200 children listed under the care of the Foundation, it was now learnt that more 50 or so children were added. With the help and assistance of local Burmese monasteries, Burmese monks and local community, together with the charity raised from Burmese from various places, this relief work became possible collectively.
The young orphans were still lack in understanding Buddhist basic foundation, Burmese cultural & traditional ways to communicate with community. But through Buddhist monastic schooling, the children would be able to learn and be improve, said Sayadaw Ashin Dhammpiya, founder of the organization.
To share and inform the activity and event, it was learnt that a blog with the address – http://childaid08.blogspot.com had setup for all interested audience.
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