On July 24 and 25, a delegation of Economic-Defense Unit 778 of Military Region 7 presented gifts,  worth VND 500,000 each, to wounded soldiers and other national contributors in Binh Phuoc province’s Bu Gia Map district.

Since early this year, the unit has built 28 gratitude houses for national contributors and needy ethnic minority families, and provided free health checkups and medicines for over 500,000 national contributors and poor people.

Leader of Economic-Defense Unit 379 presenting gifts to a Vu Chu Mua's family  

From July 24-26, Military Region 2’s Economic-Defense Unit 379, in collaboration with local Party committees, authorities, and organizations, visited and gave gifts to nine families of fallen and wounded troops in Muong Cha, Nam Po, Muong Nhe districts of Dien Bien province. The unit also met and presented gifts to local national contributors, martyrs’ relatives, and its staff members who are wounded or sick soldiers.

Meanwhile, the Coast Guard Command presented gifts and wished good health to wounded soldiers who are being nurtured at convalescent centers in Ha Nam province’s Duy Tien district and Bac Ninh province’s Thuan Thanh district and held a meeting with wounded soldiers and families of fallen troops who work at the command’s affiliates.

The delegation of the Coast Guard Command presenting gifts to wounded soldiers who are being cared for at convalescent centers in Ha Nam province’s Duy Tien district

Also, the Dong Nai provincial Military Command gave gifts to national contributors, heroic Vietnamese mothers, heroes of the people’s armed forces, relatives of fallen soldiers, and severely wounded soldiers, including those living in locked down areas in the province and two wounded soldiers  in Ho Chi Minh City – a COVID-19 hotbed.

National contributors in Bac Lieu province have been receiving the State President’s gifts, which have been handed over by the people’s committees of districts, towns, and cities under the province.

Notably, Quang Ngai province plans to upgrade over 3,000 tombs of fallen troops and ten war cemeteries at a total cost of VND 17.8 billion, and build ten gratitude houses for national contributors or their families to ease their housing difficulties.

Various meaningful activities have been launched by the Youth Union organizations of districts and communes under Binh Thuan province. They include gift presentations, scholarship grants, upgrading memorials and war cemeteries, and more.

Translated by Mai Huong