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Phuoc Hoa commune is a mountainous, remote area where most of the residents are M'nong ethnic minority.
CHIA has collaborated with local Red Cross Society and the provincial Union of Friendship Organisations held a ceremony to hand over new shoes, clothing and helmets to one of the poorest mountain communities of Quang Nam province.
CHIA is a grassroots non-government organisation (NGO) based in Hoi An, central Vietnam. It provides a range of services to disadvantaged children in the wider Quang Nam province where many families are barely surviving on USD 1-2 a day.
CHIA is particularly concerned about children with disabilities and those in poor and disadvantaged situations. They believe every child has the right to education, disability and medical services to give them a chance to develop and have a future.
In May, CHIA also molise donations and delivered relief packs to 150 families in the mountainous districts of Quang Nam province and 10 families in Hoi An that are struggling due to the COVID-19 pandemic./.
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