The Task force for drug crime prevention and control no. 3 under the High Command of the Vietnam Coast Guard held on December 19 a charitable program for the elderly and students of ethnic and religious communities in Ward 11 of Vung Tau City.
The event was held on occasion of the 76th anniversary of the Vietnamese People’s Army in collaboration with the authorities of Ward 11, doctors from Nguyen Tri Phuong Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Sharing Charity group, Saigon Port Ltd. and Nam Phat Packing Production Company.
During the program, in the spirit of “Coast guards accompany with ethnic, religious people”, the Task force for drug crime prevention and control presented 12 million VND to policies beneficiaries, a gift set of rice and noodle valued at VND 500,000 to each of 50 poor families, a bicycle worth two million VND to each of 20 students with excellent education results and three movable loudspeakers to three churches, and offered free health examination and medicines to 150 patients in the locality. The charity event has the total value of 120 million VND.
Task force for drug crime prevention and control no. 3 offers free medicines to locals
The Task force for drug crime prevention and control no. 3 also signed a coordination program with the authorities of Ward 11 for proactively responding to the movement “Coast guards accompany with ethnic, religious people” in 2021.
On the occasion, 60 members of the Task force for drug crime prevention and control engaged in activities for environmental protection, such as cleaning local streets and seaside, collecting four tons of garbage and clearing 3km of pavements, and helping people recognize and prevent drug crime.