During the event, the mission provided free health check-ups and medicines to around 300 policy beneficiaries and national contributors in the locality. The institute’s medical personnel also gave health consultation to patients with serious illnesses.

Le Huu Trac National Institute of Burns' medical personnel providing free health check-ups for policy beneficiaries

On the occasion, the institute also presented 20 gifts, worth VND 500,000 each, to policy beneficiaries and outstanding national contributors in the communes of Vo Tranh, Tuc Tranh, and Phu Do and Giang Tien town and a VND 10-million savings book to the needy family of a fallen soldier.

The mission also donated VND 10 million to assist the upgrade of the War Cemetery of Vo Tranh commune; presented medicines, 270 bottles of throat spray, 270 bottles of antibacterial hand sanitizer to Phu Luong district; granted a set of computer and milk to Vo Tranh Kindergarten. They also offered incense in remembrance of fallen soldiers at the War Cemetery of Vo Tranh commune.

Speaking at the health check-up program, the institute’s Director Senior Colonel Truong Ngoc Duong expressed deep gratitude to veteran revolutionaries, wounded and sick soldiers, and relatives of fallen soldiers. He emphasized that the healthcare program demonstrated the military’s sentiment and responsibility for people, especially policy households, ethnic minority people, and those in remote and revolutionary areas. It was also to contribute to strengthening the solidarity between troops and people and building strong local political bases.

Policy beneficiary, national contributors and fallen soldiers' relatives receiving gifts at the event

Reportedly, over the past time, Le Huu Trac National Institute of Burns has regularly conducted healthcare programs in various localities and considered them an opportunity for its personnel to show their gratitude to heroic martyrs and wounded and sick soldiers and encourage and take care of policy beneficiaries and national contributors. Through activities, the institute wants to encourage its personnel to exert more efforts to better fulfill assigned missions.

Translated by Tran Hoai