40 RoK's Youth Build Houses for Needy People in Ben Tre Province
|40 RoK's young people and volunteers provide financial support and labor days to build 4 houses for people with housing difficulties.|
Forty youngsters and volunteers from the Republic of Korea (RoK) have provided funding and working days for the construction of four houses for the needy in Tan Thanh Binh commune, Mo Cay Bac district of the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre, VNA reported.
The charity work is part of volunteer activities that the group has conducted in the locality from October 16-20, which also include Korean language teaching for local children, as well as art, sports activities and folk games of Vietnam and the RoK, said Deputy Secretary of the provincial Youth Union, and President of the Vietnam Youth Federation's Ben Tre chapter Phan Thanh Tre.
Along with benefiting the local community, the activities have helped strengthen exchanges among youngsters of Vietnam and the RoK, contributing to fostering the friendship between the two countries, said Tre.
Kang Seohyun, a volunteer of the RoK’s Dream School organization, said that thanks to the program, she and other members of the group have had the chance to explore the culture of the Mekong Delta region. They were very impressed with the food and affection of Ben Tre people. They will bring these memories back to Korea and tell others about them. She expressed her hope to have more opportunities to return to Vietnam for volunteer activities.
On the occasion, the Dream School organization presented 20 bicycles to students with outstanding academic performance in Tan Thanh Binh 1 Primary School.
On October 20, the group handed over the four houses to local households.
|On the occasion, the Dream School organization presented 20 bicycles to students with outstanding academic performance in Tan Thanh Binh 1 Primary School.|
Meanwhile, in the northern port city of Hai Phong, World Vision Vietnam cooperates with KB Securities to implement the "Rainbow Class" project at Marie Curie High School on October 18.
The project will improve facilities in classrooms, computer rooms, and foreign language rooms and expand information technology equipment to serve teaching and learning.
At the same time, KB Securities also started constructing an outdoor library, adding 1,500 high-quality books, helping young people have a new learning space.
Last week, World Vision Vietnam also in collaboration with Korea Securities & Investment Company (KIS) and KIM Vietnam Fund Management Co., Ltd had a visit within the framework of the project "Renovation of Libraries in Binh Chanh District, Ho Chi Minh City".
The project aims to improve the school's libraries for students of An Ha and Le Minh Xuan 3 Primary schools.
Through the project's activities, students will have the opportunity to access high-quality libraries, improve their knowledge, enhance protection skills, and actively participate in school activities.
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