The Pandaw Charity
?A Day in the Life of a Pandaw Clinic

???Unprecedented levels of monsoon rainfall have led to massive flooding in Burma leaving whole regions under water. Many thousands of village people are now homeless and have lost livestock and food supplies.

In particular Sagaing and Magwe Divisions near the Pandaw Charity operational base at Pagan are severely affected and the island villages where we operate Pandaw Clinics are now under water. As yet the human toll is not known but can only increase with the further risk of disease.

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?Pandaw will dispatch the ship KALAY PANDAW this week laden with 100 tons of rice and a full medical team from the Pandaw Clinics. The KALAY with a draft if only 2.5 foot will be able to penetrate inland areas to deliver food and medical aid.

Purser Ko Win Hlaing, who masterminded the Pandaw Charity Cyclone Nargis relief operation in 2008, will once again assume command. He thought up the Pandaw Family Box, containing life essentials, and will work on reviving this again. As with Nargis we have the ships, team and generous supporters to be able to be first in and last out.


????Fortunately the Pandaw Charity has a good reserve fund and is able to fund the initial supply of food and medication so we can move fast. We will need all the help we can get late on so please click through to our online donation page.

Thanks for helping the people of Burma.

Paul Strachan

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