Myanmar football has joined forces in aid of victims of the recent flooding across the country and took their efforts to social media in order to encourage the others.
The South-East Asia nation’s low-lying delta region were bracing on Wednesday as flood waters from the north of the country began to flow into the area, pushing river levels dangerously high.
Four areas in the country have been declared disaster zones with widespread flooding and landslides caused by heavy monsoon rain, which killed at least 69 people and affected more than 250,000.
According to Myanmar Times, Zeyar Shwe Myay, a Myanmar National League’s representatives from Sagaing Region have made an efforts to protect their city from the flooding from Chindwin River.
Meanwhile the Pathein-based club Ayeyawady United, have provided donations aimed at dealing with the consequences of the recent catastrophe.
“Carrying household goods, medicines and water to donate to flood victims in collaboration with Yangon-based non-governmental organisations,” read a club’s post on their Facebook official page.