The program, aiming to support the local people, was carried out right before the L2FH Rotation 3 departed for home after accomplishing its term and handing over the mission to the L2FH Rotation 4.

Members of the L2FH Rotations 3 and 4 of Vietnam in South Sudan present gifts to students at Liech Primary School in Bentiu of South Sudan.

On this occasion, 150 gifts, including notebooks, pencils were handed over to needy students with good academic outcomes. Meanwhile, the medical staff also presented 350 handmade face masks and 20 new sets of tables and chairs to the school.

This was the second time that Vietnamese military doctors have come to Liech Primary School and brought meaningful and practical gifts to help the children there have better study condition.

Instructing them how to draw pictures

In addition, they also organized various games for the children like tug of war, shuttlecock kicking, and soccer. The female peacekeepers also taught South Sudanese students how to draw pictures.

On this occasion, Director of L2FH Rotation 3 Lieutenant Colonel Trinh My Hoa wished the L2FH Rotation 4 to continue maintaining and further promoting the Vietnamese traditions and successfully complete the glorious mission during their one-year term in Bentiu, South Sudan.

Translated by Minh Anh