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Myanmar Youth Describes generosity after cyclone

From: UNICEF
Length: 03:29

Myo Min Aye Win is an 18-yr old living in Yangon, the former capital of Myanmar

Default-piece-image-0 Myo Min Aye Win is an 18-yr old living in Yangon, the former capital of Myanmar. Three weeks ago, he was at home in bed when Cyclone Nargis hit the city early in the morning - he heard windows breaking and roofs peeling off homes. For a week, his family was without electricty or water. Since that night, he says everyone is pitching in to clean up the city and that extraordinary acts of generosity are helping the region rebuild...

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Myo Min Aye Win is an 18-yr old living in Yangon, the former capital of Myanmar. Three weeks ago, he was at home in bed when Cyclone Nargis hit the city early in the morning - he heard windows breaking and roofs peeling off homes. For a week, his family was without electricty or water. Since that night, he says everyone is pitching in to clean up the city and that extraordinary acts of generosity are helping the region rebuild...