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LETTER OF APPEAL

Update: 24-09-2021 | 11:28:45

Dear compatriots, officers, soldiers, organizations, agencies and enterprises!

Launching the "Waves and Computers for Children" program

Dear compatriots, officers, soldiers, organizations, agencies and enterprises!

The Covid-19 pandemic has seriously affected all aspects of global socio-economic life, changing the ways of thinking, adapting, operating and managing the society. In Binh Duong, the whole political system has actively participated in the Covid-19 fight with high determination, with consensus of all people from strata. The province has gradually controlled the pandemic with vaccination and testing promoted appropriately. In the near future, people's lives will gradually return to normality and safe schools will be reopened…

As we all know, the pandemic has seriously affected all aspects of social life, including education and training activities. Schools have to close. Students and teachers are disadvantaged because they cannot go to school as usual but have to switch to online teaching and learning. Meanwhile, many families cannot afford to buy online learning devices for their children. According to statistics from provincial Department of Education and Training, as of September 22, there were more than 374,000 students studying online. Among them, more than 60,000 could not attend online classes, due to the lack of devices. Provincial Fatherland Front Committee would like to share with families and students who are facing difficulties in order to adapt to online learning during the pandemic.

In response to the appeal of the Ministry of Information and Communications, the Ministry of Education and Training, with the consent of provincial Standing Party Committee, provincial Fatherland Front Committee calls on compatriots, officials, soldiers, organizations, agencies and enterprises in the province continue promoting the tradition of Vietnamese people, actively responding to activities in the program "Waves and computers for children" by supporting one day’s salary. or making in-kind contributions such as computers or smartphones for more resources to further take care of the material and spiritual lives of students facing difficulties, due to Covid-19 pandemic, contributing to joining hands with the province to overcome the pandemic. Provincial Fatherland Front Committee respectfully acknowledges the interest and support of agencies, units, organizations, businesses and individuals and commits that all donations will be used for the right subjects and for the right purposes.

All contributions should be sent to:

1. Cash: provincial Fatherland Front Committee- Standing Committee of the Campaign "For the Poor" Day of the province at 12Bth Floor, Tower B, Intergated Administrative Center of the province, Hoa Phu ward, Thu Dau Mot city, Binh Duong province. Please contact Ms. Le Thi Hoa, provincial Fatherland Front Committee’s Head of Propaganda-Movement Department via phone number: 0274,3859,121 or 0913.158.275

+ Account name: provincial Mobilization Committee for the campaign "Day for the poor"

+ MST: 9019781

+ Account number: 3751.0.9019781,00000 at the State Treasury of Binh Duong province.

Or account number 1013296358 at Vietcombank (VCB) Binh Duong.

2. Materials (computers, smart phones), please contact:

+Provincial Department of Education and Training. Address: 10th Floor, Tower A, Intergated Administrative Center of the province.

+Provincial Department of Information and Communications. Address: 14th Floor, Tower A, Administrative Center of the province.

Wishing you health and happiness and greetings of solidarity and affection!

                                                                                   

On behalf of provincial Fatherland Front Committee

Chairman

 

Nguyen Van Loc

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