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Programme to honour Vietnamese heroic mothers

A programme honouring 350 Vietnamese heroic mothers across the country will take place in Hanoi and Ha Nam Province from July 23 to 25. 

The event is hosted by the Ministry of Labour, War Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) in coordination with Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Public Security, Ministry of Home Affairs, Nhan Dan (People) Newspaper, and Vietnam Television.

Programme, Vietnamese heroic mothers, major activities, Wounded and Fallen Soldiers’ Day, national contributors, exceptional efforts

Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and representatives of seriously injured war veterans at a gathering in Hanoi in July 2019.

It is among the major activities planned by MOLISA to mark the 73rd anniversary of Wounded and Fallen Soldiers’ Day (July 27, 1947-2020).

The plan also includes an incense offering at the Monument to War Heroes and Martyrs, and the President Ho Chi Minh’s Mausoleum on the morning of July 27.

In addition, incense offering and candle lighting will be held across the country at 8pm on July 26 to commemorate fallen soldiers.

Gatherings are also being held to show gratitude to national contributors, as well as seminars, workshops, and cultural events popularising the Party’s guidelines and the State’s laws and policies on caring for wounded and fallen soldiers and revolutionary contributors.

Gifts will be presented to the families of policy beneficiaries and revolutionary contributors on the occasion.

In July of last year, a gathering was held in Hanoi in the presence of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc to honour 500 seriously injured war veterans, who represented the 1.2 million war invalids across the nation, including more than 12,000 with serious injuries.

Despite losing at least 81% of their capability to work due to war injuries, all the war invalids have made exceptional efforts to overcome difficulties and continue contributing to society.

Helping national contributors not to become poor again
(BGO) - To gradually improve the quality of life for people  who rendered service to the nation, the labour, war invalids and social affairs sector strives to have no poor households whose members are policy beneficiaries by the end of 2020. In Bac Giang, this task was completed in 2019.
Provincial Party Secretary Bui Van Hai visits and presents Tet gift to national contributors and poor households in Yen Dung district
(BGO) – On the occasion of the upcoming 2020 Lunar New Year (the Year of the Mouse), Member of the Central Party Committee, Secretary of Bac Giang provincial People’s Committee (PPC), Chairman of the provincial People’s Council Bui Van Hai on January 9 visited and presented Tet gifts to the People’s Armed Force Hero Tran Dinh Hung (born in 1928) in Duoi village, Canh Thuy commune (Yen Dung district).   
Vice President receives national contributors from Tra Vinh province
Vice President Dang Thi Ngoc Thinh hosted a reception for a delegation of contributors to the nation from the southern province of Tra Vinh on October 3.
Provincial leader Le Thi Thu Hong visits, presents gifts to national contributors
(BGO) - On the occasion of War Invalid and Martyrs' Day 27 July, Le Thi Thu Hong, Permanent Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee (PPC), Head of the  National Assembly deputies delegation in Bac Giang province visited and presented gifts to the national contributors in Hiep Hoa district on 19 July. 
Enterprises pay tribute to national contributors
(BGO) – Repaying the forefathers’ great contribution, many enterprises in and outside the northern province of Bac Giang have paid tribute to the war invalids, sick soldiers and policy beneficial families via practical deeds in order to partly improve their living standard. 

Source: NDO

Programme, Vietnamese heroic mothers, major activities, Wounded and Fallen Soldiers’ Day, national contributors, exceptional efforts
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