Vietnamese Heroic Mother Bui Thi Rao, born in 1925, has two martyr sons, in which the martyr Bui Duc Tho sacrificed at Tay Ninh battlefield; the martyr Bui Van Thao sacrificed in the war to protect the northern border in Vi Xuyen (Ha Giang). The provincial Military Command Board is the organization that is responsible for taking care of Mother Rao.
Vietnamese Heroic Mother Bui Thi Bay, born in 1921, has two martyr sons. They were martyrs Bui Van Cat and Bui Van Not, who sacrificed in the southern battlefield. Provincial Department of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs is responsible for taking care of her for the whole life.
Mr. Bui Van Cuu, Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee kindly asked about their health and wished the mothers to be always healthy, long- lived, welcome a happy and warm Tet holiday. He presented the President's gifts and gave the province’s gifts to the two mothers. At the same time, he suggested that organizations and committees of the district and commune administrations continue to implement well the policies for people with meritorious services in general and have practical care and concern for the Mothers.
On the occasion of the traditional Lunar New Year, the Department of Labor, War Invalids and Social Affairs, the Provincial Military Command Board, the Women Associations of the province and Kim Boi District, Kim Boi Nursing Center for merit people also gave presents to the Mothers.
Mr. Bui Van Cuu, Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee presented Tet gifts to Vietnamese Heroic Mother Bui Thi Bay in Sao village, Ha Bi commune (Kim Boi).
* On the afternoon of the same day, Mr. Bui Van Cuu, Vice Chairman of the provincial People's Committee paid a visit to the healthcare center of Kim Boi district. The center currently has 351 staff members, in which 144 people working in the center and the remaining are healthcare staff in 28 communes and towns. The center has 170 patient beds, 4 functional rooms, 11 departments which take care of medical examination and treatment, prevention of diseases for people in the district.
Mr. Bui Van Cuu investigated the situation after the merger of the Commune Health Station, the district Preventive Medicine Center, and the District General Hospital into the District Healthcare Center. He suggested, after the merger, it is necessary to have a coordination mechanism between the Department of Healthcare, the District Healthcare Center and the District People's Committee; a coordinating mechanism between Health Centers of communes and towns and People's Committees of communes and towns. He welcomed Tet, encouraged staff, doctors and nurses to do their best to take care of the health of the people.