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Zero dong minimart chain launched to support people in need

A series of six minimarts were opened in Phu Nhuan, Go Vap, Tan Binh, Hoc Mon and Cu Chi districts in Ho Chi Minh City, to provide zero dong necessities for disadvantaged people to welcome the Lunar New Year 2022.

These are the first six minimarts in a chain of 32 minimarts, to be launched in all districts throughout Ho Chi Minh City, in addition to six more in other provinces and cities across the country.

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Needy people in Phu Nhuan district buy necessities at the zero dong minimart.

The chain of minimarts is jointly operated by Phu Nhuan Jewelry JSC, Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee’s Ho Chi Minh City chapter and Ho Chi Minh City Women Entrepreneurs Association.

The minimarts will offer nearly 50 types of essential consumer goods including food, fruit, canned goods, cakes and more.

The programme is expected to help more than 25,000 households in need, to have an opportunity to buy essential goods to welcome Tet.

“The launch of the chain of zero dong minimarts for Tet, at this time is not only a meaningful and humane activity, but it also makes practical and timely contributions to taking care of people in Ho Chi Minh City during Tet,” said Vice President of Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee’s Ho Chi Minh City chapter.

According to General Director of Phu Nhuan Jewelry JSC Le Tri Thong, nearly 12 billion VND (528,800 USD) has been raised by enterprises and benefactors to organise the chain of zero dong minimarts.

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Source: NDO

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