At the signing ceremony

According to the agreement, the two sides will focus on raising the quality of activities of women’s organizations in border areas, contributing to building strong political basis, consolidating the “people’s heart” posture, and meeting the requirement of building, managing, and protecting sovereignty, territory, and security in the new situation.

They will organize activities to connect markets for product consumption, enhance the effectiveness of poverty reduction, and raise women’s income and living standards through livelihood models.

The border guard force will also help ethnic minority women build habits in financial management and coordinate with locality to organize training courses and conduct science and technology transfer to help women escape poverty sustainably.

Women in Dao San commune receiving gifts

On this occasion, Women’s Union of Tan Son district presented 60 gifts, worth VND 30 million to women and students with difficult circumstances in three Dao San Border Post-managed communes, namely Dao San, Tung Qua Lin, and Mu Sang. The Party Committee, People's Council, People's Committee of Tan Son district also donated VND 30 million to assist Ly Thi Bay's family in Senh Sang A village of Dao San commune in building a house and handed over a production model, worth VND 30 million, to Dao San Border Post.

Translated by Tran Hoai