VN Veterans' Association aided with dioxin-infected children care equipment
13:30 | 15/12/2006
VNGOVNet – On the proposal of the Ministry of Finance, on December 14, Deputy PM Phạm Gia Khiêm agreed on behalf of the PM for the Vietnam Veterans' Association (VVA) to benefit from the aid of secondhand medical equipment and instruments with 80% of the quality remaining donated by the Vietnam Youths Society (ADE) in Belgium. The aid will go to the Friendship Village administered by the VVA for the care of dioxin-infected children there.

The Deputy PM entrusted the VVA to direct the beneficiary to observe stipulations regarding this in reference to the Ministry of Health’s comments.

By Hoàng Uyên

(Source: Document 7333/VPCP-QHQT)

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