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Soldiers delivered food to people’s homes

Soldiers delivered food to people's homes 0

Soldiers delivered food to people’s homes

More than a dozen soldiers of the 5th Infantry Division (Military Region 7) along with the Fatherland Front Committee and People’s Committee of Ward 25 (Binh Thanh District) divided welfare bags including: rice, cooking oil, soy sauce, canned meat, milk,

In addition, the soldiers also brought food purchased on their behalf to each home of patients and disadvantaged people in boarding houses.

More than a dozen soldiers of the 5th Infantry Division (Military Region 7) along with the Fatherland Front Committee and People’s Committee of Ward 25 (Binh Thanh District) divided welfare bags including: rice, cooking oil, soy sauce, canned meat, milk,

In addition, the soldiers also brought food purchased on their behalf to each home of patients and disadvantaged people in boarding houses.

Soldiers delivered food to people's homes

Soldiers carry 50 kg bags of rice in the ward’s rice warehouse to share with the people.

Soldiers carry 50 kg bags of rice in the ward’s rice warehouse to share with the people.

Soldiers delivered food to people's homes

Bags containing tomatoes, green mustard greens, carrots, and white mustard greens purchased by the Ward Women’s Union were loaded onto pickup trucks for the soldiers to deliver to the people who ordered them.

Ms. Nguyen Thi Tra My, Women’s Union of Ward 25, Binh Thanh District, said that every day she plans to `go to the market on behalf of` 300 to 400 households in the ward.

Bags containing tomatoes, green mustard greens, carrots, and white mustard greens purchased by the Ward Women’s Union were loaded onto pickup trucks for the soldiers to deliver to the people who ordered them.

Ms. Nguyen Thi Tra My, Women’s Union of Ward 25, Binh Thanh District, said that every day she plans to `go to the market on behalf of` 300 to 400 households in the ward.

Soldiers delivered food to people's homes

In addition to cars, the ward youth group transported soldiers on motorbikes to reach people in deep alleys.

In addition to cars, the ward youth group transported soldiers on motorbikes to reach people in deep alleys.

Soldiers delivered food to people's homes

Two soldiers wearing protective gear and glasses to prevent droplets delivered food to F0’s family’s room in the alley on Xo Viet Nghe Tinh Street, Ward 25.

Two soldiers wearing protective gear and glasses to prevent droplets delivered food to F0’s family’s room in the alley on Xo Viet Nghe Tinh Street, Ward 25.

Soldiers delivered food to people's homes

The 35-year-old male driver said that the couple, who works as a driver and a cleaner, has had difficulty raising their children for many months due to unemployment.

The 35-year-old male driver said that the couple, who works as a driver and a cleaner, has had difficulty raising their children for many months due to unemployment.

Mrs. Le Thi Anh, 73 years old, was happy to receive a bag of vegetables ordered for her from the soldiers.

Mrs. Le Thi Anh, 73 years old, was happy to receive a bag of vegetables ordered for her from the soldiers.

10 km away, hundreds of food supplies donated by the People’s Committee of Truong Tho Ward, Thu Duc City to support the people were divided equally among the people by the military.

10 km away, hundreds of food supplies donated by the People’s Committee of Truong Tho Ward, Thu Duc City to support the people were divided equally among the people by the military.

The Nguyen Nhat Hoang school team and their teammates brought bags of food to lottery ticket sellers and workers at the ward’s boarding house.

The Nguyen Nhat Hoang school team and their teammates brought bags of food to lottery ticket sellers and workers at the ward’s boarding house.

Soldiers gave bags of vegetables to people in workers’ dormitories and low-income unemployed people according to the list of the Ward People’s Committee.

From today until September 6, Ho Chi Minh City residents are not allowed to buy food on their own as required to strengthen anti-epidemic measures, after recording more than 176,000 cases of infection, as of the evening of August 22.

Difficult people will receive support packages through welfare bags.

Soldiers gave bags of vegetables to people in workers’ dormitories and low-income unemployed people according to the list of the Ward People’s Committee.

From today until September 6, Ho Chi Minh City residents are not allowed to buy food on their own as required to strengthen anti-epidemic measures, after recording more than 176,000 cases of infection, as of the evening of August 22.

Difficult people will receive support packages through welfare bags.

Dinh Van – Quynh Tran

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