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Updated: 2024-02-19 09:52:01

People’s happiness is multiplied when supported with Great Solidarity houses

Many the poor and disadvantaged households in Dam Doi district (Ca Mau) have been grateful when celebrating Tet holiday in a spacious Great Solidarity house. These have been houses built with the desire to add confidence and motivation to disadvantaged families.

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Mai Quoc Duong, Director of VBSP Dam Doi district (on the right hand), presented the house supported to Mr. Diep Van Minh

Mr. Diep Van Minh's household (Tan Hong hamlet, Ta An Khuong Nam commune) was an ethnic minority household with disadvantaged circumstances, no land for production. VBSP Dam Doi district supported his family to build a Great Solidarity house. The house was worth about VND 80 million (VBSP Dam Doi district’s Trade Union Department supported VND 50 million, the remaining amount was contributed by his family and relatives). At the handover ceremony, VBSP Dam Doi district and Ta An Khuong Nam commune gave the family some essential items.

Mr. Diep Van Minh expressed: "As a disadvantaged household, now receiving a new house, I am very touched. Thanks for the attention of VBSP Dam Doi district and the local government for helping my family have a new home and stabilize our lives."

Mr. Truong Van Chien's household (in Dong Tam A hamlet, Tan Duyet commune), was one of the poor households in the hamlet. With 2 acres of land for ineffective production, his family's daily life faced many difficulties, and they were unable to rebuild the dilapidated house. Recently, he has been supported with a house under the National Target Program for socio-economic development in ethnic minority areas. The house was worth VND 60 million, in which, the program supported VND 44 million, the remaining amount was contributed by his family.

“This house is a huge gift. We are truly grateful to the government and unions for the help," Mr. Truong Van Chien emotionally shared.


Ngo Thuy My, Vice Chairman of Tan Duyet Commune People's Committee (on the left hand), handed over the house to Mr. Truong Van Chien's family

After many years living in a cramped house, now Ms. Kim Thi Duong’s family (Dong Tam A hamlet, Tan Duyet commune) has a new and spacious house. Being a poor household with disadvantaged circumstances, her family could not build a new house. Joy came to her family when receiving a house worth VND 180 million, in which, the National Target Program for Socio-Economic Development of Ethnic Minority Areas supported VND 44 million, and her relatives and her family contributed the rest.

“The commune always accompanies poor people. Houses imbued with the love of benefactors and sponsors will be the driving force for poor households to rise up and live more happily. The commune will continue to mobilize to help many more poor households get ahead," Ngo Thuy My, Vice Chairman of Tan Duyet Commune People's Committee shared.

In 2023, Dam Doi district mobilizes VND 1.6 billion for the Fund for the Poor; other materials converted into money are more than VND 6.8 billion; deploys the construction of 56 Great Solidarity houses (VND 4.4 billion); repairs 12 apartments (VND 82 million); strongly mobilizes sponsors to support the construction of 21 rural bridges (more than VND 4.8 billion).

A new house is the dream of many poor households with disadvantaged circumstances. This year, it will definitely be a cozy and happy Tet for 68 households in Dam Doi district.

Thanh Quoc



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Near Poor Households

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People in need of loans for job creation

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