Thai-backed husbandry giant C.P. Vietnam has been deploying activities to help those in provinces affected by ongoing storms.
|CPV giving presents to Quang Binh province's people |
The group set up a donation fund and called on staff to contribute to aid people in the worst-affected areas in the central region. The campaign established a three-phase plan involving provision of urgent items like food and medicine to thousands of people, as well as post-flood measures such as repairing homes, providing animal feed, and technical farming guidance.
|Vu Anh Tuan, vice president of CPV and the MARD's mission delegate supporting people in Quang Binh's Le Thuy district |
|CPV and the MARD providing the aid to Quang Binh People's Committee |
On October 22, C.P. Vietnam’s northern team handed over aid to Quang Tri People’s Committee, and joined mission delegates of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MARD) led by Minister Nguyen Xuan Cuong. The group contributed two tonnes of sausages and 10,000 eggs, and also visited flood areas in Le Thuy district of Quang Binh province, where the company presented 100 gifts to locals.
A team from southern provinces, meanwhile, visited Thua Thien-Hue province to offer gifts to people in Le Thuy district of Quang Binh province, and Gio Linh district in Quang Tri province.