Established in 1976, the center currently cares for 112 wounded and sick soldiers, as well as relatives of national contributors from 20 northern and central cities and provinces.

Prime Minister presents gifts to wounded soldiers in Ha Nam province.

PM Chinh affirmed that over the past 75 years, the Party and the State have paid attention to affairs relating to wounded soldiers, martyrs and those who rendered services to the nation.

An array of policies and guidelines have been rolled out effectively, he said, adding that 9.2 million people have benefited from such policies.

According to the leader, the country now counts 65 nursing centers for national contributors, of which 30 are home to wounded soldiers with serious injuries, including the Kim Bang center.

The Party, the State and people always remember the sacrifice martyrs and wounded soldiers made, he said, reiterating that caring for the spiritual and material lives of wounded soldiers, sick soldiers, families of martyrs and national contributors is the consistent policy of the Party and the State, and the national tradition of “when drinking water, remember its source.”

He asked the Ministry of Labor, Invalids and Social Affairs and other agencies to seriously implement documents aimed at the group, and review relevant policies  so as to timely suggest solutions to arising problems.

On this occasion, the PM extended wishes and regards to former revolutionaries, Heroic Vietnamese Mothers, armed forces, wounded soldiers, sick soldiers, martyrs’ families and national contributors.

Later the same day, he visited Lai Thi Ty, a Heroic Vietnamese Mother, and the family of martyr Le Van Dung, both in Minh Khai ward, Phu Ly city, Ha Nam province.

Source: VNA