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Pepsico Vietnam donates $40,000 for SGGP charity program

In Uncategorized on October 31, 2010 at 10:10 am

Swiss Red Cross donates to flood victims

In Uncategorized on October 27, 2010 at 2:39 pm




Swiss Red Cross donates to flood victims


QĐND – Wednesday, October 27, 2010, 20:39 (GMT+7)

The Swiss Red Cross in coordination with the Red Cross in Vietnam’s Phu Yen province provided VND1.6 billion to flood victims in EaBia and EaTrol villages in Song Hinh district on October 27.


EaBia received almost VND1 billion and EaTrol more than VND600 million. Families were provided with VND3.8-8 million each.


The aid will be spent on fertilizer, variety and tools for production.


The Swiss Red Cross has so far donated VND3.2 billion to 5 communes in Phu Yen province.


Source: VOV


Source: QDND

Construction Corporation No.1 donates VND1.2 billion for flood victims

In Uncategorized on October 21, 2010 at 11:51 am

Construction Corporation No.1’s relief delegation coordinated with Sai Gon Giai Phong Newspaper has recently come to Quang Tri, Quang Binh and Ha Tinh, three hardest-hit provinces by flood to hand over VND1.2 billion (US$60,000).

A representative of the Construction Corporation No.1 offers aid relief packs to flood victims in central provinces. (Photo:SGGP)


The donation was collected from at least one day salary of the corporation staff to support central people.


The corporation also donated many essential goods including blankets, mosquito nets, books, and instant noodles.


Nguyen Tri Manh, deputy general director of Construction Corporation No.1 said he hopes the small act could help people in the central provinces of Quang Tri, Quang Binh and Ha Tinh to repair the damage caused by the flood.


The donation also goes with the heartfelt sympathy for people in need, he added.


Residents in the central provinces were so touched when received relief aid from the company.


Most houses of local people in Thanh Thach Commune in Quang Binh had been swept away by the first spell of flood waters early last week. Residents could only live on relief rice given by local authorities, said a representative from the commune.


The relief delegation also delivered 800 aid relief packs including a blanket and VND500,000 each to help residents at Lien Thuy commune, Quang Binh Province.


Early morning, residents at Son Trach commune, Bo Trach District, Quang Binh Province gathered at the culture house to wait for relief aid and relief food.


However, many communes in Vu Quang District, Ha Tinh Province have been isolated, so residents could not come to receive relief food.


Therefore, representatives from the district People’s Committee received VND400 million to distribute it to residents.

Source: SGGP

Medvedev donates over $10,000 to victims of wildfires

In Uncategorized on August 8, 2010 at 11:20 am

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev has personally donated 350,000 rubles (some $12,000) to the victims of wildfires raging across the central part of European Russia, RIA-Novosti quoted his spokesperson as saying on Saturday.

The Russian cabinet hold a meeting for resolution of wildfires in central Russia in Moscow on August 8, 2010. (Photo: RIA-Novosti

Over 50 people have so far been killed in the blazes, which have also left more than 3,500 people homeless. Forest and peat bog fires, sparked by an unprecedented heat wave, are currently burning in 22 Russian regions.


“It is expected that the president’s example will be followed by other high-ranking officials,” Natalya Timakova said.


She also said that Medvedev hoped ordinary people would also contribute to the fund to help those who have suffered in the disaster.


Medvedev earned 3,335,281 rubles (around $115,000) in 2009. He also has 12 bank accounts with a net balance of 3,574,747.34 rubles ($123,000).


 

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Source: SGGP

Prof. Tran Quang Hai donates research to National Music Institute

In Uncategorized on July 17, 2010 at 4:50 pm

Music professor Tran Quang Hai handed over the entirety of his research work on Vietnamese traditional music to the National Music Institute on July 16.

Professor Tran Quang Hai (L) gives his music research work to a representative of the National Music Institute (Photo: Tuoi Tre)

The talented Vietnamese-French renowned musician has collected numerous compact discs and books of great value over the past 40 years.
 
Born in 1944, the professor comes from a family of five generations of musicians. He studied at the National Conservatory of Music in Saigon before going to France in 1961, where he studied the theory and practice of Oriental music with his father, Dr. Tran Van Khe, at the Center of Studies for Oriental Music in Paris. 
 
Hai can plays more than 15 musical instruments from Vietnam, China, India, Iran, Indonesia and Europe.


Since 1966, he has performed over 2,500 concerts in 50 countries, and has taken part in over a hundred international traditional music festivals.


The music master also has delivered over 3,000 talks on Vietnamese music in 65 countries and taught Asian music at 120 universities around the world.


Hai’s music spans several genres including contemporary, electro-acoustical, improvisational, film scores, but he continues to preserve and develop traditional Vietnamese music.


He has obtained more than 20 prizes and international awards such as a Gold Medal for music from the Asian Cultural Academy, the Cristal Medal of the National Center for Scientific Research (France, 1996); he has received honorary doctorates from the International University Foundation (USA) and the Albert Einstein International Academy (USA), and others.


French President Jacques Chirac made Hai a Knight in France’s legendary Legion of Honor in June 2002.

Source: SGGP

Cai Lan donates VND 600 million to “Hearts for Children”

In Uncategorized on June 23, 2010 at 4:35 pm




Cai Lan donates VND 600 million to “Hearts for Children”


QĐND – Wednesday, June 23, 2010, 22:4 (GMT+7)

PANO – Representatives of Cai Lan Cooking Oil Ltd. and the Programme “Hearts for Children” signed an agreement to fund medical operations and interventions for poor, young cardiac patients, at the Vietnam Television.


Under the agreement, the company will donate VND 600 million to the programme. The funding will then be allocated to 15 cases of children with heart diseases nationwide.


According to representatives of the Programme “Hearts for Children”, this was the second time the company had donated to the programme to save lives of poor children with lethal diseases. The company reportedly offered VND 500 million to the programme in 2009.


At the signing ceremony, Deputy General Director of the company, Dang Ba Tho pledged that the company had a wish to share the pains and misfortune of poor children with heart diseases and offer a light of hope for their future and would be trying to address as much support for them as possible.  


The Programme “Hearts for Children”, which was launched in October 2008 by the Vietnam Television, the Military Telecommunication Group (Viettel) and the East-Meets-West Foundation, has so far raised VND 35 billion and funded 700 cases.

Translated by Thu Nguyen

Source: QDND

NGO donates wheelchairs to disabled people

In Uncategorized on May 11, 2010 at 4:50 pm




NGO donates wheelchairs to disabled people


QĐND – Tuesday, May 11, 2010, 22:27 (GMT+7)

The Laurence S.Ting Community Assistance Fund and the Phu My Hung Joint Stock Company on May 11 presented 251 wheelchairs, worth VND298 million, to disabled people in the central province of Nghe An.


The wheelchairs were bequeathed to disabled people in Dien Chau, Quynh Luu, Anh Son and Nghia Dan districts and Thai Hoa town.


Present at the hand-over ceremony were representatives of provincial People’s Committee, the Fatherland Fronts Committee, the Department of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs, Department of Health, Department of Education and Training, the Association of Victims of Agent Organge/Dioxin, the Youth Union and the Women Association.


From early 2009 until now, the Laurence S.Ting Community Assistance Fund and the Phu My Hung Joint Stock Company have funded 4,236 wheelchairs, at a total cost of over VND4 billion, for handicapped people in 23 cities and provinces nationwide.


Source: VOV


Source: QDND

Australian university donates computers to needy kids

In Vietnam Education on November 20, 2009 at 10:49 am

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology Vietnam has announced the donation of more than 250 computers to a range of different community organizations to assist in the education of young children.








RMIT Vietnam President Professor Merilyn Liddell (4th L) hands over computers to the Sai Gon Children’s Charity (Photo: Courtesy of RMIT)

The computers were presented November 19 to Mr. Nguyen Hoang Van, information technology manager and webmaster for Saigon Children’s Charity, and Mr. Ly Thanh from the Education Division, Binh Thanh District.
 
“We are delighted to be able to pass on many of the computers no longer being used by the university – as a result of our regular five-year upgrade program – to organizations which can pass them on to children who may not otherwise have access to this kind of equipment,” RMIT Vietnam President Professor Merilyn Liddell said today.
 
Receiving the first computers today, Saigon Children’s Charity Director Paul Finnis said the organization enjoyed a close working relationship with RMIT.
 
“We are delighted that we will now benefit from receiving these computers. They will be used at the Thang Long School for disadvantaged children and young people in District 4, and also for our own use in the office where we provide support to 3,500 disadvantaged children with school scholarships in Ho Chi Minh City and across southern Vietnam,” said Mr. Finnis.
 
Mr. Ly Thanh from the Education Division of Binh Thanh District thanked RMIT Vietnam and said the computers will be located in the Centres for Educational Community to assist in illiteracy eradication in Binh Thanh District.
 
Crown Worldwide Vietnam Ltd. is transporting the computers from RMIT free of charge. 


RMIT will also offer computers to HCM City’s Children Hospital I, the General Hospital in the central city of Da Nang, Blue Dragon Children’s Foundation and Australian Charity for the Children of Vietnam.


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UK donates £37 mln for education, fighting poverty

In Vietnam Education on October 1, 2009 at 9:59 am

Britain will provide Vietnam £37 million (US$59 million) to reduce poverty and enhance quality schooling through its Department for International Development, an official said on September 30.


Sue Wardell, the DFID’s regional director for Northeast Asia, said £20 million would go towards the Poverty Reduction Support Credit (PRSC) and the rest for the School Education Quality Assurance Program (SEQAP), a full-day schooling program in Vietnam.


The latter aims to improve the quality of primary education and help children from disadvantaged groups access quality education through 2013. It is a joint program with the World Bank and Belgium.


The Poverty Reduction Support Credit will be transferred to the Government, enabling it to tackle pressing needs like mitigating the impact of the global economic crisis.


Source: SGGP

Japan donates equipment to northern clinic

In Uncategorized on September 8, 2008 at 4:43 pm

Hanoi (VNA) – The Japanese Government on September 8 donated 81,500 USD to the main hospital of the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang to buy medical equipment for cataract surgery.

The donation was part of a non-refundable aid programme of the Japanese Government to Vietnamese localities, which has been carried out through the Japanese Embassy in Hanoi .

Japanese Ambassador Mitsuo Sakaba expressed his hope that the medical equipment would help more eye patients in Tuyen Quang to get surgery as well as contribute to boosting mutual understanding and friendship between the two countries.

Tuyen Quang province has an estimated 2,000 people suffering from cataract, one of the main reasons causing blindness.

Japan has been a leading investor and ODA donor to Vietnam. The Japanese Government attaches importance to small-scale ODA projects in rural areas of Vietnam and plans to fund 25-30 such projects every year with average investment of 1.5 billion VND to each project.-