Vietnamese in Cambodia Receive Relief Aids Amid Covid-19 Fight
|Counselor, Head of Community Affairs Department of the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia Vo Tuan Ngoc presents gifts to support Vietnamese people|
The Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia and the Khmer-Vietnam Association presented gifts to 1,171 households of Vietnamese origin in difficult circumstances in 12 districts of Phnom Penh. These gifts belong to the community support fund of the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia.
Previously, on September 8, the community support fund of the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia handed over nets (donated by Military Region 7) and specialized mosquito repellents (donated by Military Region 5) to representatives of the Khmer-Vietnam Association in Phnom Penh.
|The community support fund of the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia handed over mosquito nets and specialized mosquito repellents to the representative of the Khmer-Vietnam Association in Phnom Penh on September 8, 2021|
In the past 2 months, the fund has provided food support, medical supplies and essential goods to more than 800 households in some isolated and affected areas in Kandal, Siem Reap, Kampong Chhnang and Prey Veng.
Since the beginning of the year, the community support fund of the Vietnamese Embassy has provided relief to more than 10,000 households in 14 provinces in Cambodia. According to the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia, out of 1,171 households in Phnom Penh receiving this support, 538 households are newly relocated households who are facing many difficulties. In addition, the Vietnamese Embassy's community support fund also provided rice and medical supplies to more than 650 households in the provinces of Kampong Thom, Kampong Chhnang, Stung Treng, Prey Veng and Kampong Cham.
|The community support fund of the Vietnamese Embassy in Cambodia transferred food to help people|
The Phnom Penh government announced that it will continue to extend administrative measures for two weeks, restricting industries and services with high risk of infection.
The weather in Phnom Penh is in the rainy season, the flood water is high, for families living temporarily along the riverbank, the sanitation and environmental conditions are often not guaranteed. Therefore, people are prone to diseases caused by mosquitoes such as dengue fever, diarrhea, eye pain.
Chinese State Councillor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi will visit Vietnam from September 10-12.
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