On 10th January 2019, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam visited and gave gifts to policy households, families in difficult circumstances in Bac Kan province, accompanying the Delegation was the Vice President of the Vietnam Red Cross Tran Thi Hong An.
Giving Tet gifts to 50 poor households Xuan Hoa Ward, Bac Kan, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam hoped that people of all ethnic groups will continue to unite and further promote the economic and social achievements that Bac Kan has obtained in recent years. "Wishing your children a healthy new year, everything is so convenient, so fun. We still have many difficulties, so we need to try to make the economy better, the household is better and better, the precious thing is that people unite" the Deputy Prime Minister stressed.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam presented New Year gifts to the poor and policy families in Bac Kan City
The Deputy Prime Minister also thanked the Vietnam Red Cross for doing a good job in the "Tet for the Poor and Victims of Agent Orange" movement, promptly giving gifts to help people enjoy a warm New Year.
Vice President of the Vietnam Red Cross Tran Thi Hong An, said: 100 Tet gifts, each worth VND 1,100,000, was awarded by the Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam to Bac Kan people today shows the support of the Party, the State and staff, members of the Vietnam Red Cross, wishing to help people have a happy Tet.
Mr. Mach The Khang, a veteran affected by Agent Orange who residing in Duc Xuan ward, Bac Kan City, was so touched by the Party and State's interest in supporting the policy beneficiaries on the occasion of Tet holiday, expressed: "I feel very touched, receiving the support of the Party, State and Deputy Prime Minister who came and gave us Tet gifts".
Vice President of the Vietnam Red Cross Tran Thi Hong An (right), accompanied with Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam during a business trip to give Tet gifts to Agent Orange victims in Bac Kan City
On this occasion, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam visited Cho Moi Ethnic Minority Boarding School and encouraged staff, teachers and students and praised the results the school has achieved in recent years. The Deputy Prime Minister suggested that teachers and students continue to promote "effective teaching and learning" tradition, and contribute to the overall education of the province. The school should pay attention to teaching skills, learning together with practice, preserving cultural identities, ethnic languages, taking care of life for students. The Deputy Prime Minister wishes teachers and students to have many achievements in the new year.
On the same day, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam and his delegation also visited and encouraged staff at the Medical Station of Cam Giang Commune, Bach Thong District (Bac Kan), visiting Na Tu historical site, offering incense at President Ho Chi Minh's Memorial House in Cam Giang commune, Bach Thong district and giving Tet gifts at the Cho Moi Ethnic Minority Boarding School and Secondary School in Bac Kan province.
Translated by Nguyen Vinh Hoa