(HBO) - The Mai Chau-based Regional Development Programme (under the World Vision Vietnam - WVV), in collaboration with the Department of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs and the Red Cross Society of Mai Chau district, on June 10 distributed essential and medical supplies to help locals in Tan Thanh, Thanh Son and Son Thuy commune in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

Representatives from World Vision Vietnam present gifts to residents in Mai Chau district.

With the theme of "loving and sharing”, the Mai Chau-based Regional Development Programme has focused on supporting the most vulnerable children (children with disabilities and severe diseases).

This time, 187 children living in extremely difficult circumstances received 45kg rice each. The programme also presented soaps to 2,262 students and 90 sanitizer bottles to each primary or secondary school in the three communes, and 50 chicks each for 16 households with the most vulnerable children.

This is one of the meaningful activities showing the WVV’s commitment to helping children and the community to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition, the Mai Chau-based Regional Development Programme has worked to raise medical supplies and necessities from all sources for the district./.


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