(HBO) - Two charity houses were presented to poor households in Tien hamlet in Thung Nai commune of Cao Phong district at a ceremony on November 21.

 Vice President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Ngo Sach Thuc and leaders of the VFF chapters in seven northern midland and mountainous provinces hand over the charity houses.

Attending the ceremony were Vice President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee Ngo Sach Thuc; leaders of the VFF chapters in seven northern midland and mountainous provinces; and local authorities. 

The total donations for the building of the houses amounted to 150 million USD (6,037 USD), sourced from the VFF chapters in Hoa Binh province, its Cao Phong district, and the six provinces of Phu Tho, Bac Kan, Bac Giang, Thai Nguyen, Tuyen Quang, Yen Bai.

The construction of the houses began in September last year. One of the two beneficiaries, Bui Thi Doi’s family received 75 million VND from the funding to build their 165m2 house that costs over 300 million VND. Meanwhile, Bui Thi Trinh's family built a house on an area of 63m2 worth about 150 million VND, half of which was from the donated sum.

Addressing the handover ceremony, Thuc lauded the local front’s assistance for the needy families to build their houses, hoping it to become a driving force for them to strive for a more stable life./.



Related Topics

Không có hình ảnh

New spring comes to H’Mong ethnic people in Mai Chau

(HBO) – At every year-end, Hang Kia commune in the mountainous district of Mai Chau will be blanketed with white plum blossom, signaling the arrival of a new spring. With its unique and pristine landscape, the locality has become a charming destination to both domestic and foreign visitors.

"Humanitarian Tet market": 1,000 gifts given to Hoa Binh city poor

(HBO) - On January 11, at the municipal culture house, the Red Cross Society of Hoa Binh city, in collaboration with agencies, units and donators, organised the "Humanitarian Tet (Lunar New Year) Market" programme, during which gifts were presented to people living in underprivileged circumstances in the locality.

Hoa Binh attentive to job generation

(HBO) – In the closing months of 2022, most of the localities in Hoa Binh organised mobile job transaction programmes, mainly in remote and ethnic minority-inhabited areas. Notably, the job fair recently held by the provincial Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs drew the participation of 40 businesses, employers, vocational training institutions in and outside the province, along with more than 1,000 labourers and students from Hoa Binh city and districts.

Hoa Binh shifts focus from family planning to population and development work in 2022

(HBO) – Hoa Binh province paid attention to population and development work in 2022, aiming to improve population quality.

Tan Lac district creates momentum for ethnic minority areas

(HBO) - Over the recent years, Tan Lac district has fully and promptly implemented programmes, projects and policies dedicated to mountainous and ethnic-inhabited areas, contributing to improving people's lives, and speeding up poverty reduction and new-style rural area building in the locality.

Hoa Binh city records achievements in education promotion

(HBO) – Hoa Binh city is now home to 19 associations for promoting education in communes and wards, with 214 smaller associations in residential areas and nine education promotion committees with nearly 34,000 members. Over the years, the city has seen great achievements in the life-long learning movement, contributing to improving the literacy of the local community, nurturing talents and developing the education-training activities.