(HBO) – The Hoa Binh provincial Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) and the Petrolimex Ha Son Binh company held a ceremony on September 11 to begin the construction of classrooms and half-boarding facilities at the Thung Nai Semi-Boarding Primary and Junior High School for ethnic minority students in Cao Phong district.

Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Ngo Van Tuan, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Bui Duc Hinh, head of the provincial Party Committee’s mass mobilisation board and President of the provincial VFF Committee Nguyen Thi Oanh, along with Cao Phong officials and representatives of the Petrolimex branch in Hoa Binh cut the ribbon to start the building of the new facility at the Thung Nai Semi-Boarding Primary and Junior High School for ethnic minority students.

The event was attended by Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Ngo Van Tuan, Vice Chairman of the provincial People’s Committee Bui Duc Hinh, head of the provincial Party Committee’s mass mobilisation board and President of the provincial VFF Committee Nguyen Thi Oanh, along with other provincial and district officials and representatives of the Petrolimex branch in Hoa Binh. The new construction is also meant to celebrate the 17th provincial Party Congress for the 2020-2025 tenure.

Via the provincial VFF Committee, the Petrolimex Ha Son Binh company provided 3 billion VND (128,900 USD) to help with the construction of classrooms and half-boarding facilities at the school. The two-storey building with four classrooms and two functional rooms, built by the Ngoc Lam Construction Co. Ltd, is scheduled to be put into use in late 2020.

Thung Nai is a particularly disadvantaged commune near the Da River reservoir. In the 2020-2021 academic year, the school has 324 students, including 192 from ethnic minority groups and many from poor and near-poor families. Most of the students live about 8-10km away and have to go by boat to school while the school’s infrastructure remains modest.

Once put into use, the new facility is hoped to be a great support for the school in improving teaching and learning quality and caring for students.

Addressing the ceremony, Vice Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Ngo Van Tuan thanked the Petrolimex Ha Son Binh company for its assistance for Hoa Binh province and local education.

He asked the school to coordinate with the contractor to ensure construction quality and progress, adding it should be well aware that a school is a place for not only sharing knowledge but also teaching the young to be good human beings.

Apart from good teaching and learning, the official also requested special attention to students and teachers’ health amid complex developments of COVID-19. He expressed his hope that the school will fulfill its duties so as to help create high-quality human resources to contribute to local development.

On this occasion, the Vice Secretary presented the school with one computer lab and examined the implementation of the programme supporting schools with water purification machines at the Thung Nai school./.



 


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