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12/09/2019 - 18:10

Nearly 1,000 underprivileged children enjoyed full-moon festival

On the evening of September 11, the Provincial Center for Youth Activities in coordination with the Children Sponsor Fund and the Provincial Children's Rights Protection Association organized the 15th "Full Moon Night" program for approximately 1,000 disabled and underprivileged children and orphans in the province.

Provincial leaders feasted on the Mid-Autumn Festival’s banquet with the children 

At the "Full Moon Festival", the children were delighted with a wide range of exciting performances, traditional unicorn dance, scenes of The Moon Boy and The Moon Lady, etc. The highlight of the program was the activity of feasting on the Mid-Autumn Festival’s banquet, with full of cakes and presents for the children.

Vice Chairman Nguyen Dung hoped that the children would continue to cultivate their minds, study well, be obedient, polite as well as grateful to their grandparents and parents. Besides, he also suggested all sectors, departments, unions, parents and teachers to coordinate in caring for the protection, nurture and education for children, especially children in underprivileged circumstances, children in remote areas, etc. All must focus on investment in facilities, entertaining spots, health care, etc., so that the children can study, live, play, entertain and develop thoroughly.

On this occasion, the program awarded 33 scholarships worth 2 million VND each to 33 students infected with Dioxin; and awarded 26 scholarships worth 500 thousand VND each to poor students who overcome difficulties to study well.

By Hai Thuan