Warm clothing and blankets to needy children in mountainous area
Web.HCYU.25/01/2016. Viet Nam Youth Federation Central organised the “New Year at the Borderlands” program, supporting the people of ethnic, remote areas before the upcoming traditional new year in the mountainous province of Lao Cai.
The Central Committee of Viet Nam Youth Federation, Lao Cai Provincial Youth Union and Y Ty Borderguard Unit coordinated a program including health checks and health prevention consultation in harsh weather conditions.
In particular, the youth federation and sponsoring businesses directly gave 150 warm blankets, enough to equip to bedrooms of semi-boarded kindergartens in Y Ty commune.
President of Viet Nam Youth Federation Mr Nguyen Phi Long (left) gives blankets to representative of Y Ty Primary School of Lao Cai Province
The federation also presented 300 winter jackets, 300 pairs of boots to Primary School of Y Ty, gave 60 scholarships (500,000VND/each) to the school’s pupils, who consistently overcame difficulties in learning.
On this occasion, the youth federation presented 10 million VND to 10 under privileged families, elderly who have actively contributed to community; the youth organisation also gave 1 computer, a TV to soldiers and officers of Y TY Borderguard Unit. The total value of whole program is estimated as 500 million VND.
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