ITL Corporation Continues The Activities To "Accompany The Central Of Vietnam To Cope With Floods"
Continuing to implement the activities to support for re-building lives for flood victims in the Central of Vietnam, in early December of 2020, ITL Corporation accompanied Ho Chi Minh City Red Cross to survey and support 4 school repair works that have been heavily damaged in the historic flood in Quang Binh, Quang Tri, Quang Ngai and Gia Lai provinces with the total amount of 1,000,000,000 VND (1 billion VND).
- December 9th, 2020: The representatives of ITL Corporation, Mr. Ben Anh - CEO and Mr. Dang Doan Kien - VP Investment presented the token to support for the school repair works in Quang Minh A Primary School (Ba Don town, Quang Binh province) and Hai Vinh Primary and Secondary School (Hai Hung commune, Hai Lang district, Quang Tri province) with the amount of 250,000,000 VND/school.
- December 12th, 2020: The representatives of ITL Corporation continued to present the token to support for the school repair works in Binh Minh Secondary School (Binh Minh Commune, Binh Son District, Quang Ngai) and Ethnic Minority Semi-Boarding School, Nguyen Khuyen Primary and Secondary School (Veh village, Chu Krey commune, Kong Chro district, Gia Lai province) with the amount of 250,000,000 VND/school.
Currently, the repair works of 4 schools above are in progress, they are expected to be completed by the end of January 2021, ITL Corporation will continue to survey and inspect the works, ensuring the quality of the schools for students to be able to go to school and learn more knowledge.
Previously, ITL has presented the emergency gifts with 600 sets of necessities to ensure enough food for flood victims in 4 communes: Loc Thuy, Loc An, Vinh Hien and Loc Dien in Phu Loc district, Thua Thien Hue province in November, 2020.
These activity are under ITL’s CSR Program – Accompany The Central Of Vietnam To Cope With Floods, that have been quickly and timely implemented by ITL to help flood victims in the Central of Vietnam to cope with the historic floods with the strong supports of all ITL-ers.