Dak Lak holds Mid-Autumn Festival programme for ethnic children
The Mid-Autumn Festival event was co-organized by the Dak Lak authorities, the Sponsorship Council of the National Fund for Vietnamese Children, and the Ministry of Labours, Invalids, and Social Affairs.
|Dak Lak holds the Mid-Autumn Festival program for ethnic children.|
On the occasion, 250 scholarships worth 1 million VND (41 USD) each and 120 bicycles were presented to disadvantaged students, and 1,500 other gifts to participating children. The children were treated to musical and dancing performances and lantern parades.
Attending the event, Vice President Xuan, who chairs the Sponsorship Council of the National Fund for Vietnamese Children, encouraged ethnic children, particularly those with disadvantaged backgrounds, to make efforts to overcome their difficulties and obtain good academic outcomes.
According to the provincial People’s Committee, Dak Lak has over 500,000 children or 26.7 per cent of its population. Many activities have been held for children in the province on the occasion of the Mid-Autumn festival, including free health checkups.