In a small house located in Thanh Hung village of Thanh Phu commune (Châu Thanh District, Tien Giang Province), more than 14 years have passed since her husband died in a traffic accident, Mrs. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Huong could not see Have him for a day. resting time.
Mother: Working during the day is not enough, try working at night.
To raise enough money to send his two children to school, he worked as a hired laborer, doing all kinds of jobs day and night. “Sometimes I’m so tired, I want to lie down on the ground and take a nap, but then I have to try my best to finish the work so that the boss can assign more work next time,” Ms. Huong said.
Living in a vegetable-growing region of Tien Giang province, Ms. Huang rented 2 acres of land from someone else to grow perilla to sell for profit. But when three people have to be taken care of at home and loans have to be paid, the income is nothing.
Every night, after her children go to sleep, she dons protective clothing and rides her bicycle to the fields along the rice fields to harvest coriander for her master.
Just over 46 years old, Ms. Huang’s face shows stern, pitiful features and crow’s feet.
These days, despite constant aches and pains in her hands and legs, she does not dare to take even a day off from work.
Because he has two children behind him who are dreaming of their future in university day by day.
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Ms. Huang’s eldest son is Nguyen Minh Hai – a fourth-year student in food technology at Tien Giang University. And in this new school year, the youngest child, Nguyen Ngoc Hai Yen, became a freshman majoring in Business Administration at Ho Chi Minh City University of Agriculture and Forestry.
Even though it’s been over a month since she enrolled, the burden of expenses still bothers freshman Hai Yen. To save her mother from the hard work, as soon as she entered school, Hai Yen applied for a job as a waiter at a restaurant near the school to earn money for her studies.
Hai Yen now not only knows how to help her mother earn money, but while in high school at Phuoc Thanh High School (Châu Thanh District, Tien Giang Province), Yen and her brother helped their mother work at odd jobs. Helped to earn money from. Wash vegetables, vegetables.
The parents and their children faced many difficulties in their lives, but in return, the academic achievements of both brothers were remarkable. Although Yen’s other brother was able to study at a top school in Ho Chi Minh City, he thought about his mother and younger sister, so he decided to help his mother and support his younger sister to enter university. In order to give, he chose to study close to home. Learn.
As for Hai Yen, she was an excellent student in high school for three consecutive years. Specifically, in grade 10, he was the entrance runner-up of Phuoc Thanh High School, in grade 11, he was the school’s best student in the first semester and in grade 12, he was the school’s best student. Year.
In addition, Hai Yen also achieved Outstanding Overall Student status in the 2022-2023 school year.
Some nights, Hai Yen studied from 1:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m., which was the time his mother would get up to get ready to work as a hired laborer in the vegetable fields. This is probably the only point of concern in Yen’s path to winning university.
“I know my mother works very hard to earn money to send us both to school. I love her very much, but I don’t know what to do. We both just try to study well so that Our mother should not suffer.” To worry or be busy.” Heart.
i just want the program relay for school of newspapers Youth Help me by giving me a scholarship to cover the expenses at the beginning of the year, so that my mother can relieve some of the burden and have a few days of leisure,” Hai Yen said.
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