Màu đỏ Màu xanh nước biển Màu vàng Màu xanh lá cây
Thứ 6 - 26/02/2016
Vietnam - Laos relations: the great friendship, special solidarity and comprehensive cooperation
Celebrating the 132nd Birth Anniversary of Ho Chi Minh President ((19/5/1890 – 19/5/2022)
Celebrating the Labour Day 2022
Celebrating the 47th Anniversary of the Liberation of the South and the National Reunification Day (April 30, 1975 - April 30, 2022)
Celebrating the 71st Anniversary of the Traditional Day of the Vietnam Union of Friendship Organizations (November 17, 1950 - November 17, 2021)
Latter - day Saint Charities /USA visits and works with the Dong Nai Union of Friendship Organizations
On September 13, 2022, the Dong Nai Union of Friendship Organizations (DUFO), together with the Provincial Department of Ethnic Minority Affairs and Dong Nai University, received and worked with the delegation of Latter - day Saint Charities (LDSC/USA) to visit and introduce the organization's new personnel in Vietnam and discuss about Dong Nai province's need for foreign non-governmental aid cooperation for the period of 2022 - 2023.
At the meeting, there were Ms. Bui Thi Lieu - Standing Vice President of DUFO, Mr. Le Anh Duc - Rector of Dong Nai University, representatives of the Provincial Department of Ethnic Minority Affairs, members of Division of  Foreign Non - Governmental Affairs and the LDSC delegation including Ms. Dana Tyree Mc Makin and Mr. Allan Perry Mc Makin - Welfare Specialist of LDSC in Vietnam.
The two parties discussing the mutual concerned issues

It is known that Mr and Mrs. Mackin are newly appointed and in charge of the South of Vietnam by LDSC until June 2024. At the meeting, the delegation wishes to learn more about the two projects introduced by the DUFO at the Conference on FNG aid mobilization and cooperation "Cooperation and Development" in Dong Nai, specifically: the project "Education for deaf students at the Research Center on Culture andd Language of the Deaf" presented by Dong Nai University and the project "Houses construction for ethnic minorities" presented by the Provincial Department of Ethnic Minority Affairs.

Representative of Dong Nai University, Mr. Le Anh Duc - Rector of the school, said that the Research Center on Culture andd Language of the Deaf is the only educational location in the country that trains deaf students from grade 1 to college and university level. So far, the Center has trained more than 30 college and university graduates who later work as teachers in the provinces, including 7 students who have worked for and collaborated with the Center after their graduation. Although it has been partially funded by the budget, there isn’t enough costs and facilities for learning and teaching. The students at the Center are not only local ones but also from other provinces and cities with different backgrounds. If the project is supported for implementation, it will create favourable conditions for the deaf students and teachers of the center to have enough learning equipment, the costs for teaching and learning activities, and the suitable educational environment so that more and more deaf children can go to school, learn and widen knowledge to help them confidently communicate and integrate into the community.

For the project ""Houses construction for ethnic minorities"", Mr. Dieu Ngoc Anh, representative of the Provincial Department of Ethnic Minority Affairs, said that currently there are 2,572 ethnic minority households living in temporary shelters or accommodations donated many years ago and  deteriorated. In addition, Hamlet 4, Ta Lai Commune, Tan Phu District is a remote, disadvantaged area, adjacent to Nam Cat Tien National Forest, with a high proportion of ethnic minorities. Most of them are the poor households. Since then there has been a great need for NGOs, donors to cooperate with the government to solve difficulties for the people, especially housing for poor households, building roads, providing clean water for daily life, sponsoring bicycles and scholarships for children to go to school, preserving brocade weaving culture, grant breeds for cattle and animal husbandry to reduce poverty...
Delegates posing group photos

At the meeting, LDSC showed its high determination to cooperate and support two projects of Dong Nai University and the Provincial Department for Ethnic Minority Affairs. The organization hopes that the Provincial Union of Friendship Organizations will always create conditions and be a bridge to organize the implementation of humanitarian activities to many disadvantaged individuals and families in Dong Nai province.