On October 15, Vietceramics and the commune People's Committee coordinated with the branch of Nhon Hoa hamlet to hold the handover ceremony to put the bridge into use in Nhon Hoa Hamlet, My Nhon Commune, Ba Tri District, Ben Tre Province.
The new bridge is spacious with a length of 15 m, width of 3 m with 15 pillars that is made full of concrete. This is the first bridge built in Nhon Hoa hamlet, significantly improving the travel and transportation needed by the local people here, supporting children going to school, driving economic growth.
The typical feature in the Mekong Delta area is the complex system of rivers and canals, then a firm concrete bridge that crosses on the other side for local people here is crucial and urgent. Therefore, Vietceramics has sponsored funds to build a bridge to help the local people cross and transport goods. Mr. Chi Danh - Vice Chairman of My Nhon Commune People's Committee shared: “This bridge serves the local people in the area to transport goods and help children go to school safely. Representing the households in Nhon Hoa hamlet, I would like to thank Vietceramics company for accompanying this project”.
At the handover ceremony of bridge number 8,9,10 in Nhon Hoa hamlet, My Nhon commune, Ba Tri district, Ben Tre province, Ms. Luan – HR Manager of Vietceramics said: “On behalf of Vietceramics, we hope that the new bridge will ensure the safety and convenience of the local people and children going to school”.
During the ceremony, Vietceramics has also awarded 10 bicycles to children in need, in order to make their way to school easier and more convenient. With the desire for a better Vietnamese life, in the future, Vietceramics will always support Mekong’s people with participation in meaningful, humanitarian volunteer activities, to share the love to all over the beautiful S-shaped country.
On August 5, Vietceramics and the local leaders of My Nhon commune held a ceremony for the charity project called "Nhip Cau Yeu Thuong”. Previously, the local people could only just walk through the monkey bridge, which is extremely dangerous. It was also not convenient because they must use boats whenever they want to deliver goods.
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