Chairman of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Tran Thanh Man on January 23 led municipal Party Committee and People’s Committee officials to visit and deliver gifts to 50 poor household in the Mekong Delta city of Can Tho on the occasion of the imminent traditional lunar New Year.
Speaking at a hand-out ceremony, Man briefed participants on the national social, economic and political situation last year, and rejoiced at the achievements recorded by Can Tho authorities and people.
Chairman of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Tran Thanh Man (second from right) presents gifts to local residents.
The front leader expressed his hope that Can Tho authorities will continue their attention to the care for poor household and the disadvantaged, and the people will strive for a better life.
The same day, Politburo member, Secretary of the Party Central Committee and head of its Organisation Commission Pham Minh Chinh visited and presented gifts totally valued at 1.2 billion VND (nearly 52,000 USD) to 1,100 poor households in the northwestern mountainous province of Dien Bien.
The official stressed that the Party and State always create favourable conditions for every people to welcome a warm lunar New Year, and urged provincial authorities to focus more on the care for the poor.
Visiting armed forces in the province, Chinh called on them to heighten vigilance against the complex criminal forms and take a better care of the people. He also laid a wreath at the martyrs’ cemetery in Dien Bien Phu city.
Over 48,700 Tet gift presented to the poor
(BGO) – Responding to the
campaign “Tet for the poor”, as of January 21, Bac Giang province called for
the donation to present more than 48,700 Tet gifts in cash to the poor and near
poor families via the Fatherland Front’s Committee at all levels, each worth
300 – 500,000 VND (total value hit over 19 billion VND or 823,500 USD).
Chairman of PetroVietnam Tran Sy Thanh extends Tet greeting and presents gifts to poor people in Bac Giang
(BGO) – The member of the Central Party
Committee, Deputy Chairman of the Central Party Committee’s Economic Commission,
Secretary of the Party Committee and Chairman of
the Member Council of Vietnam National Oil and Gas Group (PetroVietnam) Tran Sy Thanh who is also former
Secretary of Bac Giang provincial Party Committee on January 20 paid a visit to
extend Tet greetings to Bac Giang province and present gifts to the poor on the
occasion of upcoming Tet holiday 2020.
PM calls on Vietnamese to support poor people ahead of Tet
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on January 18 called on Vietnamese people, firms and agencies both at home and overseas to continue providing relief for disadvantaged people living in far-flung islands and areas as well as those affected by natural disasters and Agent Orange/dioxin.
Bringing warm spring to the poor
- The traditional Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday 2020 is nearing. With the spirit
of "The whole country joins hands for the poor - no one is left
behind," agencies at all levels, sectors and localities in Bac Giang province
have been organizing many programmes to take care of the poor and families in
especially difficult circumstances so that they can enjoy a warm new spring.