The facilities include a purifying water system and a boarding dining room at Sao Mai Kindergarten and a new three-classroom building with necessities.

At the handover ceremony 

Reportedly, it took the corps over six months to complete the construction of the facilities and the capital came from the Defense Ministry’s “For the needy people” fund.

Once operational, the facilities help improve health and studying conditions for local people’s children and provide them with a safe environment to develop.

Checking the purifying water system

On this occasion, Army Corps 16 also inaugurated a check-up room at the military-civilian clinic of the unit’s Regiment 726 stationed in Quang Truc commune, Tuy Duc district.

Translated by Chung Anh