Mrs. Phan Thi Yen’s family (in Loc Ninh village, Nam Hung commune, Thai Binh province) received the house. Yen worked in the military from 1972 to 1977, then returned to the locality and lived in a small downgraded house. In addition to that, she often falls ill.
Learning of this situation, the Cua Lan Border Post and the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Tien Hai district funded for the construction of a new house for her starting in March of 2021.
The 30sq.m house was built at a cost of VND 45 million, including VND 30 million contributed by the Cua Lan Border Post and the Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Tien Hai district, and VND 10 million from a venerable monk from the Nam Hung commune Pagoda.
The new house not only helps stabilize her life but also encourages her family to overcome adversity to help the locality accelerate local poverty reduction and socio-economic development.
Translated by Chung An h