HBO – A cooperation agreement on implementing programmes/projects funded by World Vision Vietnam (WVV) in Hoa Binh province from 2017 – 2022 was signed on September 10 between the provincial People’s Committee of Hoa Binh province and World Vision Vietnam.
document was inked by Nguyen Van Chuong, Vice Chairman of the provincial
People’s Committee, and Tran Thi Thu Huyen, National Director of World Vision
Nguyen Van Chuong, Vice Chairman of the Hoa
Binh People’s Committee, and Tran Thi Thu Huyen, National Director of World
Vision Vietnam, sign the cooperation agreement.
Vietnamhas implemented numerous projects in Hoa Binh province since 2009, aiming to
help locals, have more opportunities to address shortcomings on knowledge,
skills, capital resources and management towards sustainable welfare for
Currently, World Vision
Vietnamassists three regional development programmes in Yen Thuy, Mai Chau and Lac Son
with total aid commitments of 6,121,308 USD.
Under the 2017-2022 cooperation agreement, World Vision
to join hands with the provincial People’s Committee to set up and implement regional
programmes, and promote cooperation with sectors to ensure regional programmes’
activities will provide best support possible for the implementation of local socio-economic
development plans. The organisation will seek different resources for the
The provincial People’s Committee will approve WVV-funded programmes/projects,
and instruct relevant sectors, bodies, and districts to work closely with the
organisation in implementing the programmes/projects.
Hoa Binh will also assist the organisation with necessary administrative procedures,
including tax and and VAT exemption in accordance with the Vietnamese
The two sides also committed to implementing regional programmes according to
regulations on aid of non-foreign governmental organisations in
The total estimated funding for the three regional programmes in Lac Son, Mai
Chau and Yen Thuy is over 4.8 million USD.
The agreement is carried out from October 1, 2017 – September 30, 2022.
(HBO) - The people living in Minh Thanh Hamlet (Yen Tri Commune - Yen Thuy) have just held the Festival Day of great national unity and commemorated the 87th anniversary of Vietnam Fatherland Front (18/11/1930 - 18/11/2017). The Member of Provincial Party Committee and Head of the provincial Commission of Organization, Hoang Minh Tuan took part in this event.
(HBOL) On November 7th, the provincial delegation led by Mr. Bui Van Vinh, Party Central Committee member and Secretary of the provincial Party Committee visited and worked in Xuat Hoa commune, Lac Son district about the activities of community learning center and study encouragement movements.
(HBO) – On the occasion of 87th anniversary of Vietnam Fatherland Front (18/11/1930 -18/11/2017), the people living in Sau Thuong Village, Thanh Luong Commune of Luong Son District organized the Festival Day of great national unity. The event was attended by Member of Provincial Party Committee and Head of the provincial Commission for Propaganda and Education Nguyen Van Toan, together with other officials of the provincial Vietnam Fatherland Front Council, Provincial Youth Union, District Committee, People’s Committee and Fatherland Front Committee of Luong Son District.
(HBO) – The Educational Council in Cao Phong district of the northern province of Hoa Binh recently held a ceremony to honour local study promotion examples in 2017. It was part of activities to honour families and clans with learning tradition as well as teachers and students who obtained high results in teaching and studying.
(HBO) – Tran Dang Ninh, Vice Secretary of the Hoa Binh provincial Party Committee and Chairman of the provincial People’s Council, inspected and directed the settlement of flood consequences and visited residents in Tien Phong and Vay Nua communes of Da Bac district.
(HBO) – The youth union of Mobifone Company Zone 4 on October 15 coordinated with Mobifone Hoa Binh in organising a programme entitled "Mobifone youth join hands with people in flood-hit areas” in two communes of Suoi Nanh and Dong Nghe (Da Bac district), with the participation of 30 members. These are two communes hardest hit by recent downpours and floods.