In particular, Army Corps 15 gave 70 gifts, worth VND 300,000 each, and Company 751 offered 140 others, worth VND 500,000, to 210 needy workers as part of the activities in response to the workers’ month in 2022.

Army Corps 15 and Company 715's representatives hand over gifts to local people

Speaking at the event, Head of the Mass Mobilization Commission and President of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Ia Grai district Tran Hoang Ha affirmed the significance of the activity. The local official said that the practical deeds of troops and workers of Army Corps 15 in general and Company 715 in particular have helped local people overcome difficulties and have a stable life. He added that Uncle Ho’s soldiers’ deeds have left good impression on local people.

While visiting and presenting gifts to local people, the visiting delegation mobilized them to strictly observe the Party’s guidelines and State’s policies, contribute to the common efforts in preventing diphtheria and the COVID-19 pandemic, and join hand to protect social order, contributing to building a peaceful environment for production and development.

In an effort to help locals stabilize their lives, since 2021, Company 715 has allocated around VND 5.2 billion to present gifts to needy households, patriarchs, heads of villages, and needy workers.

Speaking at the gift presentation ceremony, the company’s Director Colonel Nguyen Phuc Khinh said that despite difficulties, the company has tried its best to help its workers and local people overcome difficulties during the between-crop period. So far, the company’s leadership has mobilized resources to buy 3.5 tons of rice and other necessities for local people.

Locals receiving gifts

Over the past time, the company has provided jobs for 140 workers who are ethnic minorities and worked with Military Hospital 15 to provide free health check-ups and medicines for around 700 people. These regular activities have been part of the company’s efforts in helping local people improve their living standards and consolidating military-civilian solidarity.

Translated by Tran Hoai