Recently, the COVID-19 pandemic has had complicated and unpredictable developments around the country, including Tra Vinh, Quang Tri, and Ha Giang provinces. The situation has made negative impacts on people’s life, especially those in quarantine areas.
Faced with this situation, in December, CARE International in Vietnam has rolled out cash support packages worth VND 1 million – 2 million and has given them to about 450 households in the 3 provinces. The packages would help people afford necessities and recover their livelihoods.
About the project
The above support packages worth VND 761 million for Quang Tri is within the framework of the P4EM project – “Strengthening partnerships for the equitable and comprehensive development of ethnic minority communities” – financed by the Irish government through Irish Aid. The project is implemented in Vietnam from 2017 to December 2021.
Photos: Luu Van Thanh, Nguyen Duc Thanh, Truong Thanh Cong, Huynh Cong Tri / CARE
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