During the program, the delegation of Vietnam's L2FH, led by Lieutenant Colonel Pham Tan Phong, head of the Vietnamese peacekeeping force in South Sudan, handed over books, learning tools and new clothes to disadvantaged students and planted trees in local schools.
The program was held to support and encourage disadvantaged students to overcome hardships and try their best to get better future for themselves and their country.
After receiving the gifts, Principal of the Green Udd Kindergarten and Primary School Athok Koul expressed his deep gratitude for the action of the Vietnamese hospital. He expressed his hope to welcome more Vietnamese friends to his school in the future.
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