The three houses were handed over to worker Ha Thi Huong from Team 2, Nguyen Thi Thuy from Team 4, and Ta Thi Ngoc from Team 9.

Representatives of Army Corps 15 cut the ribbon to inaugurate the houses.

Each house with usable area of 85sq.m. includes a sitting room, two bedrooms, a kitchen, and  other facilities. Army Corps 15, Kon Tum province’s Association for Victims of Agent Orange/dioxin and Company 732 donated VND 70 million to each family to assist the construction.

To reduce construction costs and improve the quality and outlook of the projects, the Party Committee and Board of Directors of Company 732 directed the Business Planning Department to coordinate with the families to design and work with construction units and direct teams and functional departments to regularly check and closely supervise the work.


Leaders of Army Corps 15 present gifts to the needy workers.

According to Director of Company 732 Senior Colonel Nguyen Van Hung, despite difficulties in production and trade activities due to low prices of products made from latex and expensive input materials, under the leadership of the company’s Party Committee and Board of Directors, workers well promoted "good labor, creative work" spirit to help the unit complete its production plan.

He added that the three houses are a token of gratitude, worthy rewards, encouragement for employees. The gifts will help them trust and continue to work for the unit to improve their material life, thus contributing to building a region rich in economy, strong in defense and security.

At the ceremony, Army Corps 15 and Company 732 also presented valuable necessities to the three families.

Translated by Tran Hoai