The program is annually held in March in localities along shared borderlines across the country.

It contributes to boosting the “I love my Fatherland” movement of the federation and promoting the vanguard role of youths in taking care of needy people’s lives in border areas.

In this program, many meaningful activities were also held.

In this program, the Central Committee of the Vietnam Youth Federation presented gifts to troops and people in border areas of Phu Loc and Vinh Xuong communes, built a playground for children in the two communes, and handed over gratitude houses to needy households, among others. The program has an estimated cost of VND 2.8 billion.

In addition, delegates also visited and presented gifts to troops at the Border Post of Vinh Xuong Border Gate in Tan Chau town.

At the same time, the organization also worked with relevant units to launch a number of activities, such as a ground-breaking ceremony for seven schools, worth VND 1.6 billion, in Nam Po and Muong Nhe districts, Dien Bien province; an installation of 150 hand washing stations nationwide; a handover of 15,000 medical masks and 1,700 medical protective clothing to quarantine areas in Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi and Da Nang city.

Chapters of the Vietnam Youth Federation in provinces and cities also held many voluntary activities including dissemination work on Covid-19 prevention in border areas.

Translated by Minh Anh