RoK’s NGO gives winter coats for needy children in Ha Giang
Recently, Good Neighbors International (GNI) in Vietnam distributed 1,000 winter coats as well as blankets and rice to children living in Tan Bac và Yen Thanh communes, Quang Binh district, Ha Giang province.
Warm clothes for children in remote districts. (Photo: GNI)
Children living in the remote far northern region of the country are at particular risk from acute respiratory infections in any winter season, and keeping them warm and dry in the coming months is crucial.
On November 30-31, a delegation of GNI distributed coats, blankets and rice worth USD 25,000 to 1,000 students in in Tan Bac và Yen Thanh communes.
In addition to helping address the urgent needs of children to have warm coats and blankets in cold winter, the humanitarian goods also contribute to spread love and care for children and their families in remote areas of Ha Giang.
Each of the children's families also received 10 kilogram of rice. (Photo: GNI)
According to GNI’s reprensentative, these clothes helped ensure their well-being when the weather was getting colder and relieve the hardships which local underprivileged households are struggling with.
Good Neighbors is an international humanitarian development non-government organisation in the Republic of Korea in 1991, working in 37 countries and supporting more than 9.6 million children in the world. The organisation has been active in Vietnam since 2005 focusing on such areas as child protection, education, health promotion, clean water and sanitation, livelihood development, networking, mobilisation and emergency relief./.