The main road leading to the hamlet is clean and beautiful, with many newly built houses of H’mong people, which is part of the national target program for socio-economic development in ethnic minority and mountainous areas.

A sports exchange at the cultural house

Head of the hamlet Va Ba Thai held that local people are happy. Since the construction of the cultural house was completed, residents can gather here, thereby the evils of alcohol and gambling have also decreased.

The newly-inaugurated project was built on an area of more than 300 square meters by the Defense-Economic Unit 4 under the Military Region 4. It consists of a cultural house, a gate, volleyball court, concrete yard, walls, flowers and plants. Troops of the Nam Can Border Post under the Nghe An provincial Border Guard Command, together with local people, built the house. The Defense-Economic Unit 4 also presented speakers and other necessities to local people.

Va Ba Nhia, a local from Lien Son hamlet held that every day, his villagers and he play volleyball at the courtto keep fit, contributing to tightening ties among local residents.

In the time ahead, the Defense-Economic Unit 4 will continue to support local people to build economic models, coordinate with local authorities to implement mobilization work, and organize H’mong cultural festivals.

Translated by Minh Anh