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|The delegation of the ALOV working group visited Nam Dan and Thanh Chuong districts in Nghe An.|
The delegation of the ALOV working group visited Nam Dan and Thanh Chuong districts in Nghe An to grant 2,000 gift packages with a total of 6,000 medicine units, including headache, flu, and dermatology medicines.
Together with the Mission of the Ministry of Health led by Deputy Minister Do Xuan Tuyen, Deputy Director of the Department of Medical Examination and Treatment, the ALOV working group visited, worked, and presented gifts to support people two communes Van Ninh and Ham Ninh, Quang Ninh district, Quang Binh province. The delegation presented gifts to 100 poor households, 5 farming households, and 1,000 students. They also gave 200 water purification equipment to health stations. The total cost of all presents reached over 560 million VND.
|The group gave presents to children in flooded areas.|
|The ALOV working group visited, worked, and presented gifts to support people in two communes Van Ninh and Ham Ninh, Quang Ninh district, Quang Binh province.|
On behalf of the delegation, Associate Professor Dr. Nguyen Lan Trung, Vice President, Secretary-General, Head of the Organizing Committee said: “We appreciate the trust of global expatriates who have donated and send affection through ALOV. We were touched to be able to represent ALOV to grant gifts to Vietnamese in flooded areas on behalf of overseas citizens”.
Timely contributions from the group of expatriates in France (belonging to AVSE organization), Toronto - Canada, Sapa Trade Center, Czech Republic, the Vietnamese community in Osaka - Japan, Vietnamese Businesswomen Association in Taiwan, the Vietnamese community in San Francisco - USA, Sao Thai Duong Joint Stock Company, Jio Health Co., Ltd. ... have supported ALOV in implementing aids campaigns to people in the Central region.
|The group gave present to the elderly people.|
|Previously, from October 20 to October 30, 2020, ALOV sent a large number of life jackets, and medicine to people in flood areas.|
Previously, from October 20 to October 30, 2020, ALOV sent a large number of life jackets, and medicine to people in flood areas.
This is a part of a program named "Overseas Vietnamese join hands to assist to stabilize the lives of Central people" hosted by ALOV. The program aims to provide emergency support for food, drinking water, and sanitation to help citizens to stabilize their lives, such as medicines, clean water filtration equipment, bacteria sprayers, cleaning chemicals, canned food, cooking oil, salt, toilet paper. The association also organized medical examination and treatment activities, distributed free medicines to people in the provinces of Ha Tinh, Quang Binh, Quang Tri, Thua Thien Hue, Quang Nam; donated books, notebooks, pens, learning tools, repaired school facilities; supported in agriculture production, and formation of supply chains, rebuilt badly damaged houses.
In early December, the Association will continue to organize other programs to support people in floodplain areas in Central Vietnam.
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