The activity was in response to a program themed "Internet coverage and computers for children" launched by the prime minister.
According to representatives of the Hung Yen provincial Military Command, 14 needy students in the school have no equipment for online study.
Therefore, the unit, in coordination with Viettel Hung Yen, donated VND 25 million to support the students. Each student received a smartphone with a 4G sim card to help them study online at home amid the complicated developments of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The activity has contributed to deepening the military-civilian ties and promoting the beautiful images of Uncle Ho soldiers in the current context.
Translated by Minh Anh
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