(HBO) - A staff member at the Thuan Hoa social protection centre of Hoa Binh was among 150 individuals and collectives honoured in the 17th KOVA awards at a ceremony held in Ho Chi Minh City on November 16.
Leaders of the provincial Women’s Union
congratulated Vi Thi Thuan (centre) after she received the KOVA award.
Thuan, a staff member at the Thuan Hoa social protection centre in Chieng Chau
commune (Mai Chau district), is among five individuals honoured in the category
of "Good Life” for their inspiring good deeds. The Thai ethnic woman has played
an active role in preserving the local traditional brocade weaving. She has
built a common house for 35 women in disadvantaged circumstances such as
singleness, with disabilities and poverty, giving them stable jobs with income
ranging from 2.5 to 4 million VND a month.
Awards were started in 2002 as an initiative of Associate Professor – Dr.
Nguyen Thi Hoe, Chairwoman of the paint making group KOVA. The awards aim to
contribute to sustainable development through encouraging research on applied
science, spreading good deeds and supporting promising students. The awards
will continue to be extended to reach other subjects with the aim of
encouraging people from all walks of life to contribute to national development
using their knowledge, intelligence and innovation.
The British University Vietnam (BUV) has provided students a chance to access an international education and helped the country improve the quality of its human resources over the past decade, heard a ceremony held in the northern province of Hung Yen on January 5 to mark the 10th anniversary of the BUV.
HBO) - At the provincial General Hospital, the signing ceremony of the handover minute of the building of the Internal Medicine and anti-bacterial infection under the expansion project of the Provincial General Hospital was held.
(HBO) - Mai Chau district presented gifts and congratulated Tet to officials, people of Hang Kia and Pa Co communes on the occasion of the traditional New Year of the Mong ethnic people.
(HBO) – After two years of implementing a project developing reading culture in community through 2020, with a vision towards 2030, 80 percent of students, 25 percent of locals in rural areas, and 20 percent of residents in disadvantaged areas in the northern province of Hoa Binh have been able to access information at public libraries, while all education facilities have libraries with suitable materials.
(HBO) - The whole Education and Training sector of Hoa Binh province currently has 8,635 classrooms at all levels: kindergartens and general schools 8,431 rooms; centers for continuing education - vocational training for 204 rooms.
(HBO) – Local
competent authorities in Hoa Binh have continued intensifying vocational
education and training in 2019.