Over 3 million children assisted in 25 years


Over the past 25 years, the National Fund for Vietnamese Children (NFVC) has played its role as a bridge linking communities, society and international organizations with children, especially those living in disadvantaged circumstances.

Accordingly, it has mobilized over VND5 trillion and hundreds of tons of goods to assist over 30 million children; carried out a wide range of practical programs supporting children, notably a program helping over 17,000 suffering from congenital heart diseases, using hundreds of billions of VND. 
The figures were released during a ceremony to mark the 25th year of the fund's establishment (May 4th) in Hanoi. 
Addressing the ceremony, Vice State President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh appreciated the achievements that the fund has gained over the past 25 years, suggesting that the organization should increase the dissemination of practical programs among communities and sponsors. 
“I believe that the fund will continue to be a trusted destination linking humanitarian hearts, in order to mobilize domestic and foreign resources, assisting the Party, State and people to well realise social welfare policies, better protecting, educating and caring for children, ensuring child rights and increasing quality of life for children,” she said. 
Six collectives and individuals who made excellent achievements in caring for and protecting children in the 2012-2016 period were honoured during the ceremony by receiving the Prime Minister’s certificates of merit.
The ceremony witnessed the commitment of VND10.5 billion to the NFVC from the Phu Nhuan Jewelry Joint Stock Company./.

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