(HBO) – A working delegation of the Vietnam Red Cross (VRC) Central Committee led by its Vice President Tran Quoc Hung on November 14 paid a visit and presented gift packages to people affected by recent downpours and floods in the northern mountainous province of Hoa Binh.
delegation was received by Bui Van Tinh, member of the Party Central Committee
and Secretary of the provincial Party Committee and Hoang Thanh Mich, Chairman
of the provincial Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee and representatives of the
provincial Party Central Committee Office.
At the working session, VRC Central Committee
Vice President expressed sympathy over losses in the province caused by heavy
rains and flood. He also symbolically handed over an aid of 660 million VND
from the project to support people affected in the downpours and flood in
October 2017 of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent
Tran Quoc Hung, Vice President of the VRC Central Committee,
symbolically hands over an aid of 660 million VND to local people affected by
recent downpours and floods.
On behalf of local authorities and people, Bui Van Tinh,
member of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the provincial Party
Committee, thanked the VRC Central Committee for joining the province’s efforts
to overcome consequences of natural disasters.
Informing the delegation of activities to
stabilise the lives of flood-hit people, Tinh said the province has conducted
geographical evaluation for landslides in high-risk areas in Hoa Binh city to
improve the conditions. Currently, the province has moved people living in
high-risk areas to safer places.
The province has called for donations of
organisations and individuals to provide necessities and seedlings in order to
help displaced residents normalise their daily activities and production.
However, resettlement remains the largest difficulty. The province has gathered
resources and donations and proposed the Government the building of
resettlement areas for people to stabilise their lives.
After the working session, the delegation
visited and presented gifts to 50 households affected by recent downpours and
landslides in Tien Phong commune (Da Bac district)./.
(HBO) – Statistics show that Hoa Binh province has 54 Buddhist relic sites, mostly ruins. There are only several pagodas that come under the management of the Vietnam Buddhist Sangha (VBS), namely Phat Quang Hoa Binh, Kim Son Lac Hong and Linh Son Phat Tich, whose heads are appointed by the VBS. Meanwhile, the remainders are managed by the local cultural sector, authorities or individuals.
(HBO) – Da Bac district of Hoa Binh province on July 11 held a ceremony to mark 40 years since the local authorities move residents out of the Da river basin to serve the construction of the Hoa Binh hydroelectric power plant (1982 - 2022) and receive a third-class Labour Order.
(HBO) – Over the past several years, the Party Organisation of Tay Phong commune in Hoa Binh province's Cao Phong district has focused on Party building and developing a team of capable and qualified personnel that can be role models to gain trust from local residents and promote unity for the homeland’s development.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh provincial People’s Committee held a regular meeting on June 30 to discuss draft documents to be submitted to the provincial Party Committee’s Standing Board and the provincial People’s Council, documents within the remit of the People’s Committee, and other important issues. Standing Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee Nguyen Van Toan chaired the event, which was also attended by Standing Vice Chairwoman of the People’s Council Nguyen Thi Cam Phuong.
(HBO) – The Hoa Binh Provincial Party Committee has cooperated with the Party Committee of the Vietnam People’s Navy to step up public awareness campaigns on Vietnam’s seas and islands since July 2018.
(HBO) - The war veterans’ association of Hoa Binh city has held its 2nd congress, for the 2022-2027 tenure.