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06/03/2019 - 15:35

Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee presents gifts to female patients with difficulties

On the afternoon of March 5, Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Honorary Chairman of the Provincial Red Cross, Mr. Bui Thanh Ha visited and presented gifts to officials, employees, workers, and female patients with difficulties being receiving treatment and care at the Provincial Social Protection Center on the occasion of International Women's Day (March 8).

Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee Bui Thanh Ha presents gifts to female patients with difficulties at the center

On behalf of the Provincial Party Committee’s leaders, Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Mr. Bui Thanh Ha presented baskets of fresh flowers and gifts to leaders as well as female patients with difficulties at the center. At the same time, he recognized the efforts of the center in the recent years, especially the ones on taking good care of patients with difficulties.

Female patients with difficulties also receive gifts from businesses and benefactors

The Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee asked leaders of relevant departments and sectors to continue to advise the provincial leaders to make appropriate decisions and policies in order to create the best conditions for the center to always well promote its roles, responsibilities, and missions in caring and treating patients, helping them get mental stability and integrate into the community early.

Permanent Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Mr. Bui Thanh Ha welcomed the spirit of benefactors and businesses in sharing difficulties with the center, and hoped to receive more attention and sharing of businesses and benefactors in the coming time.

On this occasion, the Provincial Red Cross, the Provincial Women Entrepreneurs Association, and benefactors also gave gifts to 100 female patients being receiving treatment and care at the Provincial Social Protection Center.

Story and photos: Anh Phong

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