Leprosy patients received gifts.

Eighty-two elderly people and twenty-seven children under treatment at the clinic received gifts, worth VND 25 million in total. Each gift package included 10kg of rice and other necessities.

In his speech at the presentation ceremony, Senior Colonel Phung Kim Lan stressed that along with bringing into play its role as one of the leading press agencies in the country, PAN has actively teamed up with other agencies and units to organize events and carry out charitable activities for the benefit of national contributors, needy people, those with disability and orphans. PAN’s good deeds have contributed to the nation’s efforts of hunger elimination and poverty reduction.

Touched with the donors’ sentiments and high sense of responsibility, Le Tien Ke, head of the trade union of the clinic, said that the delegation’s gifts and sentiments would encourage the patients to overcome difficulties and to lead a healthy and useful life.

PAN’s Deputy Editor-in-Chief Senior Colonel Phung Kim Lan handed gifts to a patient.

The third visit to Qua Cam leprosy clinic was part of PAN’s activities on the occasion of the 74th anniversary of the August Revolution (August 19) and the National Day (September 2).

Translated by Mai Huong