(HBO) – The trade union of the northwestern province of Hoa Binh has launched a campaign to donate 1,000 tonnes of cement for the national target programme on building new-style rural areas.

After a launch ceremony, staff of the provincial trade union raise a sum worth more than 3.7 million VND (160 USD).

The fundraising campaign targets workers belonging to all levels of the trade unions in the province, excluding those of poor and beneficiaries families.

Civil servants receiving salary from the State budget are asked to donate at least 30,000 VND per person while it is a minimum of 20,000 VND for workers in the business sector. The campaign runs until September 20.

The proceeds will be used to purchase up to 1,000 tonnes of cement to be distributed to constructions in communes and districts of the province, in the target programme on building new-style area.

Hoa Binh’s trade union will team up with the provincial Steering Office 800 to distribute and transfer aid to needy localities.

At the launch ceremony, staff of the provincial trade union successfully raised more than 3.7 million VND (160 USD)./.



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