Numerous activities to support disadvantaged people across the nation will be launched in the 2019 Month for Humanitarian Activities.
Disadvantaged people in remote areas across Vietnam have received support from the State ahead of the upcoming traditional Lunar New Year festival (Tet).
More than 2.3 million needy people have received aid totalling over 3.8 trillion VND (163.3 million USD) over the last 11 years under a campaign that promotes each organisation and individual’s committed support for one disadvantaged people.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc presented 100 Tet gifts to policy beneficiaries and disadvantaged ethnic minority people in Nui village, Tam Thang commune, Cu Jut district during his working visit to the Central Highlands province of Dak Nong on January 15.
Party General Secretary and President Nguyen Phu Trong called on agencies, organisations, businesses and people from all social strata to join hands in supporting disadvantaged people, while addressing an event in Hanoi on January 13.
Many activities have been organised nationwide to support disadvantaged people and policy beneficiaries on the threshold of the upcoming lunar New Year (Tet) holidays which fall in early February.
PSNews – Young officers of the Hai Phong Criminal Police Office coordinated with teachers, students of the Criminal Sciences Faculty of the People’s Police Academy to visit and present gifts to students in the flood-hit district of Cam Thuy, Thanh Hoa on October 6 and 7.