(HBO) – Lac Thuy district’s armed forces have presented over 3,000 bicycles, hundreds of fans, and study tools like caculators and school bags to disadvantaged children under the "Accompanying students” programme. Particularly, 200 students have got monthly allowances of 300,000 VND (12.95 USD) each.
Lac Thuy district’s armed forces and authorities
present bicycles to impoverished students.
The programme is among the six models developed by the local armed forces to
realise the Politburo’s Directive No.05 and the Central Military Commission’s
Standing Board’s Directive No.87 on promoting the studying and following
President Ho Chi Minh’s idea, morality and style. This is also an outstanding "good
mass mobilisation” model of the district and province.
The model has been carried out since 2015, and has received wide support. As
for the 2020-2021 school year, the district’s Military High Command presented
220 bicycles and many study tools worth nearly 300 million VND for
disadvantaged students. Of the total bikes, 73 were presented by the district’s
armed forces and local military units, 13 by the district’s Fatherland Front
and Party organisations, 75 by enterprises, clubs and associations, and 59 by
The bikes and presents have helped students overcome difficulties to go to
Under the model, which was initiated by the provincial Military High Command,
officers of the local armed forces will donate part of their salary and
allowances to buy bicycles, study tools and desks for students with difficult
circumstances. It also received enthusiastic response from local businesses,
benefactors, and local authorities.
Along with the model, the local armed forces have effectively carried out many
programmes on new style rural areas building, poverty reduction, and cultural
villages building, which have been welcomed by local officials and people./.
(HBO) – Over the past days, communities across Hoa Binh province, from rural to urban areas, have been in the celebratory atmosphere of the 90th anniversary of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF). Via these celebrations, people of different ethnic groups such as Muong, Thai, Kinh, Tay, Dao, and Mong together strengthened the neighbourliness and promoted self-reliance to contribute to local development. Provincial leaders have also joined local residents in these events.
(HBO) – The People’s Committee of Hoa Binh on November 13 held a conference to review the implementation of the Vietnam youth development strategy and the provincial programme for youth development in the 2011-2020 period. The conference also looked back at 10 years conducting Resolution 45/NQ-CP which was issued on September 11, 2009 by the Government.
(HBO) – The 16th People’s Council of Hoa Binh in the 2016-2021 tenure held its 17th meeting on November 11. The event drew Ngo Van Tuan, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, and representatives from the central Party agencies.