Charity
DTiNews helps to build more classrooms in remote areas
  • By Dang Tai | dtinews.vn | February 15, 2017 11:26 AM
Another set of kindergarten classrooms in the central province of Quang Binh built thanks to Dinh Vang Group through Dantri/DTiNews, was put into operation on February 14.

The classroom is located in Sy Village are part of Trong Hoa Kindergarten in Minh Hoa District and cost USD13,630.

 

Children in Sy Village happy with the new classroom

The previous classroom in Sy Village was seriously deteriorated, particularly after major floods which hit the central region, including Quang Binh Province, in 2016. After a call for community support to help the region, Dantri/DTiNews’s Compassionate Hearts Charity Fund received VND1 billion (USD45,450) from donors. VND300 million from Dinh Vang Group was used to help the construction of the new kindergarten and two toilets in Sy Village which was among the hardest hit by the flood.

The village has yet to be connected to national power grid. Roads to the village are rough and tortuous. Most of the children attending the kindergarten are from local ethnic minority groups.

  

Most of the children attending the kindergarten classroom in Sy Village are from local ethnic minority groups.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, DTiNews Deputy Editor-in-chief Pham Tuan Anh expressed his thanks to the Dinh Vang Group for the financial support to build the classroom.

DTiNews have so far helped to build 11 bridges and many classrooms in remote and disadvantaged areas nationwide thanks to financial support from individuals, organisations and companies through the newspaper’s Compassionate Hearts Charity Fund. 

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