Hanoi (VNA) – Credit for social policy beneficiaries has contributed significantly to narrowing the gap between the rich and the poor, reducing unemployment rate, fulfilling criteria for building new rural areas and developing local economy. Thanks to preferential loans, veteran Le Anh Hung escapes from poverty, get rich and has three children who are university graduates. (Photo: VietnamPlus) Binh Thuan central province, few think their children will study in university. Thanks to loans from the Vietnam Bank for Policy Policies, thousands of households have escaped from poverty, with their children not only receiving vocational training but also attending prestigious universities in the fields of pedagogy, banking, and medicine and health care. “Nurturing” human resources… When being asked about Mien, one of the typical poor people in the commune, people here said her family is very poor but their will is great. Her three children have pursued tertiary education with loans from the Vietnam Bank for Social Policies. The one-floor wooden house is quite old, as if it is telling a story about the situation of Mien’s family. Mien said her family has five sao (each sao = 360sq.m) of rice fields to send rice to her children. But recently the… Read full this story
- A Crackdown on Islam Is Spreading Across China
- 20th Annual 40 Under 40 Awards, San Diego Metro Magazine
- The Middle East's complex Kurdish landscape
- Providing care all day, for 27 days a month
- Drying Out
- 'I am awesome': How a millennial built a fentanyl empire
- Deadly tale of a dropout, the mail and a half-million pills
- Fake oxycodone sold online, delivered by mail made man millions
- TODD SMITH — The four types of young news consumers
- Can Canada Ward Off a Populist Surge?
When the Party's Directive 40 spreads in life! have 295 words, post on en.vietnamplus.vn at August 9, 2019. This is cached page on Talk Vietnam. If you want remove this page, please contact us.