EDUCATION Updated at 10:15:25 08/27/2020  (Views:  218 )
Charity program gives students s

Charity program gives students school supplies

BTO- BTO- The Communist Youth Union branch and Woman Union branch of Quan Quang hamlet (Cho Lau townlet - Bac Binh district) lately hold a program “1,000 dong –learning tools project”, which provides school supplies for students with 1,000 dong per product.
 

The program attracted numerous students from elementary and secondary schools in Cho Lau townlet. They were given facemasks and sterilized hands during the programs in order to protect their health in the prevention of the Covid-19 pandemic. Each student can select up to 7 among 12 items.  All school supplies in this program are high-quality products that help students of poor families to better prepare for the new school year.
As reported, the total cost of this humane project (VND 10 million) was donated by youth union members,  youth union members,  as well as other sponsors inside and outside Quan Quang hamlet, with the purpose of joining hands with the authority and education sector in creating the best conditions for students ahead of the school year 2020-2021.

Translated by Phuong Lan (Source: Binh Thuan Online)

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