Thirty gifts each worth VND2 million (US$86.9) were handed over to policy beneficiaries, while 20 presents valued at VND1 million (US$43.4) granted to poor families.
The “For the poor” fund of Quang Tin commune also received VND30 million (US$1,303).
At a meeting with Dak R’Lap district’s leaders, Vice President Thinh praised achievements gained by the district’s Party Committee, authorities and people.
She noted that along with socio-economic development, local authorities should give more heed to education and training, in order to ensure all children in the school age are offered chances to go to school.
More attention should also be paid to the care for policy beneficiaries to make all of their families have the living standard equal or higher than the province’s average.
On the occasion of the 71st War Invalids and Martyrs’ Day (July 27), the State leader expressed her profound gratitude for those who made great contributions to the struggle for national liberation.