Reportedly, the recipient is family of Mr. Nguyen Van Dua. His family faced housing difficulty and relied on farming on a small field.

Handing over the house to Nguyen Van Dua's family

The 65m2 house was built within over two months at the cost of VND 100 million, funded by the Thanh Dai Phu Dak Lak company. Meanwhile. Troops of Ea H’Leo Border Post provided support in the construction.

Presenting gifts to Nguyen Van Dua's family

At the event, Senior Colonel Do Quang Tham, Deputy Political Commissar of the Dak Lak provincial Border Guard Command, underlined that the house helped tighten military-civilian ties and encouraged the family to overcome current difficulties to join hands with the border guard force to firmly protect the national sovereignty and social order along the shared borderline.

Since 2018, the command has worked with local authorities and sponsored to build 10 houses for local residents.

Offering gifts to needy students

* The same day, a mission of the Hai Duong provincial Military Command visited, presented gifts and announced a financial support to two orphans Nguyen Thi Thuy and Nguyen Thi Hong in Mau Cong hamlet, Quang Trung commune, Tu Ky district, Hai Duong province. The two orphans are living with an elderly relative.

Inquiring after and presenting gift to a pediatric patient

* Meanwhile, on June 1, the Labor Union of Military Hospital 103 and other sponsors presented gifts to children who are under treatment at the hospital on the occasion of the International Children’s Day.

This is an annual meaningful activity of the hospital in order to encourage child patients and their parents to soon get well.

Translated by Chung Anh