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3/14/2019 12:02:32 PM

GNI builds school in Tuyen Quang’s poor commune

A secondary school built with funds from Good Neighbors International (GNI) in Vietnam has been inaugurated in Dong Quy commune, Son Duong district in the northern mountainous province of Tuyen Quang on March 13.


At the inauguration ceremony. Source: GNI

The newly-built school includes 10 classrooms, one school board building with total funding of VND 5.8 billion (USD 249,400).

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, An Yong Sic, Chief Representative of GNI in Vietnam expressed his joy when the project was completed and put into operation after a year of construction, adding that this is the 35th school in Vietnam built by GNI.

He voices his hope that this school will contribute to improve the quality of educational facilities and teaching materials, bringing students in Dong Quy commune new facilities to meet the needs of teaching and learning.

The GNI’s Chief Representative also expressed his gratitude to sponsors, local leaders, construction units and all teachers and students.


The new-built school. Source: GNI

Tran Dinh Hieu, Principal of Dong Quy secondary school, on behalf of teachers and students, voiced his joys when being transferred to a new and spacious school.

He added with improved learning conditions, the teachers and students of the school can make full use of the facilities to better their studies and become good citizens.

Choi Kwang Ik, Principal of Korean International School in Hanoi, shared the excitement when entering the new colorful school. He affirmed his school will sponsor TVs for classes and promote student exchange programs between the two schools.


After the ceremony, delegates plant trees at the school yard. Source: GNI

Good Neighbors is an international humanitarian development non-government organisation in the Republic of Korea in 1991, working in 37 countries and supporting more than 9.6 million children in the world. The organisation has been active in Vietnam since 2005 focusing on such areas as child protection, education, health promotion, clean water and sanitation, livelihood development, networking, mobilisation and emergency relief./.

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