Afternoon of August 30, newspaper Youth Mu Cang Chai coordinated with Yen Bai Provincial Youth Association to organize a “Rebuild the Roof” program to provide “School Aid” scholarships for students in flood areas of Yen Bai.
Here, the newspaper’s chief representative, Ms. Do Thi Ngoc Ha Youth Mr. Ha Duc Hai, Secretary of Yen Bai Provincial Youth Association in Hanoi, presented 10 savings books, each worth 30 million VND, to 10 families seriously damaged by the flood to rebuild their homes.
represent Youth Along with leaders of Yen Bai Provincial Youth Association, leaders of Mu Cang Chai District also awarded 52 scholarships, each worth 2 million VND, to students in Khao Mang, Ho Bon, Lao Chai communes.
Funding comes from newspaper readers YouthLawyer Bui Quang Nghiem and lawyer Vo Nhu Hang support.
Even in the show, when seen Youth Providing scholarships to students in flooded areas, a newspaper reader immediately “withdrew” 20 million VND and sent it to a newspaper representative to give to teachers and students in ethnic minority boarding schools, elementary schools, and junior high schools. Gave. Ho Bon and Ethnic Boarding High School, Xio Di Ho Primary School (Lao Chai Commune)
Earlier, on the evening of August 5, heavy rains that lasted for several days led to landslides and flash floods, causing massive damage to people, houses, property and public works in Mu District. Kang Chai, especially serious tea communes in Khao Mang, Ho Bon, Lao.
Floods and rains caused 3 deaths and 57 houses collapsed and were completely washed away; 91 houses were seriously damaged, 63 houses had to be immediately relocated and 36 houses suffered minor damage.
Understanding the flood situation and local difficulties, sharing with people, with a spirit of “mutual affection”, accompanying children in flood areas and supporting them, Youth Coordination was done with Yen Bai Provincial Youth Association to organize this meaningful program.
Increasing happiness helps children go to school
Sharing here, journalist Do Thi Ngoc Ha – Head of the Newspaper Representative Office Youth In Hanoi – It was said that natural disasters are unpredictable but the harder they are, the warmer human love becomes. Less than a month after the flood, students returned to school and classrooms were busy repairing.
Ms. Ngoc Ha expressed, “We are really impressed by the efforts of the government, teachers and people in rebuilding normal lives and planting trees for people especially in areas where there have been flash floods.”
newspaper representative Youth Clearly stating that in the spirit of joining hands with the people in Khao Mang, Ho Bon, Lao Chai communes, newspaper readers from many places across the country lent their support to help people rebuild new homes and school children. Have shared love and contribution. Students can go to school with new shirts and notebooks that smell like new paper.
“Hope your heart reads Youth Journalist Do Thi Ngoc Ha said, “This will help people rebuild their lives and children will enjoy going to school more.”
Holding the savings book in his hand, Mr. Sung Vu Di (born in 1964, in Ho Bon Commune) couldn’t help but get emotional as he thanked Tuoi Tre and the beneficiaries.
“My family’s entire house was destroyed by the flood, so to get the attention of the local government, they came here to provide land and money from readers. Youth This will help in rebuilding the house and stabilizing life soon,” Mr Di said.
On behalf of the local government, Mr. Hang A Qu, head of the Mass Mobilization Committee of the District Party Committee and chairman of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Mu Cang Chai District, expressed his thanks. Youth There were many valuable and meaningful gifts for the people and students recovering from the flood.
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