(HBO) - The emulation bloc of the Vietnam Fatherland Front and socio-political organisations in Hoa Binh province has organised a conference to review emulation movements in the first half of 2019 and carry out tasks for the second half.

In recent times, units in the bloc have taken the initiative in steering and implementing tasks effectively. The units have stepped up the implementation of patriotic emulation movements launched by the provincial People’s Committee and the Prime Minister and the Party Central Committee’s Emulation – Commendation Council, as well as special emulation movements launched by the provincial People’s Committee in the 2016-2019 period.

In the first six months of 2019, Fatherland Fronts at all levels intensified disseminations, encouraged the society to support the fund for the poor, mobilised social resources to implement poverty reduction and social welfare programmes, and carried out relief and charitable activities.

Delegates attend the conference of emulation bloc of the Vietnam Fatherland Front and socio-political organisations in Hoa Binh province.

At the conference, delegates discussed and agreed on orientations and missions for the remaining months of this year. The emulation bloc will maintain close coordination in encouraging officials, members and people from all walks of life to participate in patriotic emulation movements, thus contributing to well implement socio-economic development and security-defence missions of the province in 2019.


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