These changes were thanks to the joint efforts of the officers and soldiers of Military Region 4, the local authority, departments, sectors, and organizations, contributing to raising local people’s living standards.

Troops of Regiment 3, Division 324 help local people in Phung Giao commune, Ngoc Lac district, Thanh Hoa province build a rural road.

A Vao is a border commune in Dakrong district, Quang Tri province. Most of the population are Pa Co and Van Kieu ethnic minorities, with a high rate of poor and near-poor households. Knowing this situation, the Quang Tri provincial Military Command directed its affiliated units to carry out many practical activities to ease the difficulties of local people.

Recently, the command required the Regiment 842 to conduct mass mobilization work in A Vao commune, focusing on helping the locality to eliminate hunger, reduce poverty and build a new-style rural area. The regiment also provided financial support and working days to build the “Light in border areas” project, built 10 light poles and two volleyball courts for A Vao commune, to name but a few. 

In the busy atmosphere of the lunar New Year (Tet) celebration preparation, the road leading to hamlet 7 in Nghi Phu commune, Vinh city, Nghe An province is filled with national and Party flags.

The hamlet is more beautiful than before, thanks to the care and support of Signal Brigade 80. In particular, the brigade presented outdoor gymnastics equipment to local people, and built two volleyball courts and light systems for them. Additionally, troops helped local people repair the campus of the cultural house, presented gifts to needy people, and sponsored an orphaned child.

Every year, implementing the National Target Program for Socio-Economic Development in Ethnic Minority and Mountainous Areas for the 2021- 2030 period and the project to raise the quality and efficiency of the mass mobilization work of Military Region 4 in the 2023-2030 period and following years, thousands of troops of the region help local people in ethnic minority and mountainous areas clean up the environment; repair the campuses of schools, clinics and cultural houses; offer gifts to policy beneficiaries and needy people, among others.

These deeds showed the close care and responsibility of troops for local people, contributing to promoting economic, cultural and social development and consolidating defense and security postures in the locality.

Translated by Quynh Oanh