Bac Giang province receives more donations for flood victims in Central region

Update: 17:19 | 29/10/2020

(BGO) – Responding to the calling from the Chairman of the Fatherland Front’s Committee (FFC) in Bac Giang province, many organization and agencies have donated cash and materials for the flood victims in the Central provinces.

On October 28, at the Office of the provincial FFC, Bac Giang branch of the Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development donated 222 million VND (9,600 USD) for the people in the Central region (90 million VND sent via Agribank’s system and remaining amount sent via provincial FFC).

Bac Giang province, more donations, flood victims, Central region, Fatherland Front’s Committee, cash and materials,

Participants send messages to support flood victims in Central region.

At the event, FFC Vice Chairman Trinh Huu Ban expressed the thanks to the officers, staff and labourers at Agribank Bac Giang branch for the joint efforts together with the whole nation toward the flood victims in Central provinces.

Also, he pressed that following the storm No.8, storm No.9 has made landfall to and severely damaged the Central localities. He urged the organizations, collectives, individuals, enterprises and kind-hearted people to further make donation for them.

From October 18 – 26, the women’s union at all levels in the province called for nearly 3.3 billion VND (143,100 USD) including nearly 1.8 billion VND in cash, nearly 50 tonnes of rice, 6,800 boxes of instant noodles, over 6,000 Chung cake, 24,000 sets of clothes, more than 6,600 sets of books, 12,000 dry provisions and other necessities to send to the receipt locations of the provincial FFC at all levels.

On October 28, the Red Cross Society (RCS) in the province received more than 3.7 billion VND (160,400 USD) in cash and kind to support the people in flood hit area in Central region from the lower chapters in the districts, city and kind-hearted people.

Also at the reception, the participants sent messages to support the flood victims in Central localities with the syntax UH to 1403 (20,000 VND per message).

After receiving the donated cash and material, the provincial RCS sent apart of them to the Vietnam RCS and directly transferred the remaining ones to the victims.

In the upcoming days, the provincial RCS continues calling for all the chapters and philanthropists to join hands for the people in Central region in material and spiritual aspects to recover the storm and flood consequences.

VNRC launches SMS campaign to support flood victims in the central region
The Vietnam Red Cross Society (VNRC) has collaborated with the National Humanitarian Portal 1400 to launch an SMS campaign to help people in flooded areas of Vietnam.
 
Bac Giang donates 5 billion VND to flood hit area in Central provinces
(BGO) - On October 23, Tran Cong Thang, Member of the Bac Giang provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the provincial Fatherland Front’s Committee (FFC) received the donated amount for the flood victims in the Central provinces from several organization and enterprises.  
 
Flooding in central Vietnam is lesson for disaster management
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has said that Vietnam should learn from the historic flooding in the central region in order to make disaster management more effective.
 
Bac Giang makes efforts for poor people, flood victims
(BGO) - These days, agencies, units, localities, organizations and individuals in Bac Giang province are actively mobilizing resources for the provincial Fund for the Poor and people in central flood-hit areas. The activities are in response to the Peak Month for the Poor 2020 (from October 17 to November 18) and the Social Security Programme 2021.
 
Permanent NA Vice Chairwoman visits and presents gifts to people in flood-hit areas
During her working trip in the central province of Thua Thien Hue, Politburo member and Permanent National Assembly Vice Chairwoman Tong Thi Phong visited and presented gifts to local people who have been affected by the historical floods in the two districts of Phong Dien and Quang Dien.
 

Reporters

 
Bình luận mới vừa được thêm vào. Click để xem
Mới nhấtHay nhấtXếp theo: