Dak Lak's Vietnam-Japan Friendship Association Tasked with Connecting Businesses, Mobilizing Aid
During the 2023-2028 term, one of the key tasks of the Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association in the Central Highlands province of Dak Lak is to connect local businesses with Japanese businesses; strengthen mobilization of aid to Japanese non-governmental organizations in the fields of education, health, and culture, contributing to improving local people's livelihoods.
The Dak Lak's Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association on November 28 held its fourth Congress, the 2023-2028 period.
In the new term, it will focus on promoting extensive information work among organizations, members and people of all walks of life about the strategic partnership between Vietnam and Japan; and promote Vietnam, its people, history, culture, potential, and strengths of Dak Lak province to Japanese people and businesses.
At the same time, organizing conferences and seminars connecting Dak Lak businesses with Japanese businesses for investment cooperation; Improve the quality of training at businesses and Japanese language training centers to create conditions for students and workers to study and work.
The association will approach foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in Japan and other countries to provide aid to vulnerable people in the fields of education, health, and culture, contributing to improving livelihoods and ensuring social security.
|The Executive Board of the Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association of Dak Lak.
Speaking at the congress, H Yim Kdoh, vice chairperson of the Dak Lak People's Committee proposed that the provincial Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association strengthen foreign information work, especially about Vietnam - Japan relations. Promoting activities of peace, solidarity, friendship and cooperation between the people of Dak Lak and partners, and localities in Japan; linking the effectiveness of foreign affairs with economic and social effectiveness through cooperative agricultural product development activities.
Besides, it is necessary to improve the quality of Japanese language training establishments, linking foreign language learning with learning about the culture, people, customs, and related occupations of Japan; and continue to do well in foreign non-governmental aid advocacy work.
The congress elected the Executive Board of the Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association of Dak Lak province, term IV, the 2023-2028 period, led by Nguyen Thuong Hai, head of the Provincial Party Committee’s Organization Board.
On this occasion, the Viet Nam Union of Friendship Organizations (VUFO) presented the “For peace and friendship among nations” insignia to four individuals, and the certificates of merit to the association and four other individuals.
The Provincial People’s Committee also granted certificates of merit to two groups and seven individuals in recognition of their outstanding contributions to people-to-people diplomacy.
During the past term, the Dak Lak's Vietnam - Japan Friendship Association has connected and developed friendly relations with many organizations and individuals from Japan and Switzerland; receiving and working with 47 delegations, 179 visitors came to exchange, exchange and learn about potential cooperation; supporting legal procedures for Japanese interns coming to practice in the locality; connecting Japanese businesses with local businesses for investment and development cooperation, especially in the agricultural sector.
The association has mobilized the Esperance Foundation from Switzerland to build four schools in Ea Sup, Ea H'leo, Krong Pac, and Krong Nang districts with a total aid value of nearly VND 4.2 billion (USD 173.300); and supported the construction of a charity house for poor households affected by natural disasters.
The association has held many meetings, exchanges, and competitions to learn about Vietnamese and Japanese culture. Its chapters also organized Japanese language teaching for nearly 1,000 students, including 230 students studying abroad in Japan.
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