Happiness in the "home" of great solidarity in Yen Binh

  •  Thursday, November 25, 2021

YBO - Over the past time, the movement to eliminate temporary and dilapidated houses for the poor and ex-revolutionaries who meet difficulties in housing has spread widely thanks to active participation of the entire political system.

Yen Binh district’s leaders talk with residents in Dai Minh commune at the festival of national great unity.
Yen Binh district’s leaders talk with residents in Dai Minh commune at the festival of national great unity.

Dang Van Ton's family in Dong Ke village, Tan Nguyen commune, Yen Binh district has been living in the house of great solidarity for nearly two months. The house has an area of 100 sq.m, including one living room and two bedrooms built at a total cost of over 110 million USD, which is the long-time wish of the couple and their three children.

Ton said now, his family no longer cares about housing when it rains or gets cold like before. They will strive to increase production and work harder to escape poverty.

In 2021, Tan Nguyen commune is home to 29 households that received financial assistance from the State budget, the province and district to build houses. So far, they have settled down for economic development.

Thanks to active involvement of the entire political system and efforts by philanthropists, businesses and high determination of households, the movement has reaped results. 

Ly Trung Dung, Secretary of the Yen Binh district’s Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union, said since 2019, the union in partnership with charity organisations and philanthropists have completed the construction of 29 new houses for poor households and families meeting difficulties in housing at a total cost of nearly 2 billion VND. Youth union members actively joined in surveying, directly transporting materials, building and completing works.

The district Women’s Union actively worked with charity organisations to complete the construction of five new houses for poor households and families of their members who meet housing difficulties. Each household received 25-30 million VND and modern technology to develop agro-forestry economy, as well as access to preferential loans.

"Thanks to support, women helped each other earn income, thus creating a strong driving force to get rid of temporary and dilapidated houses and escape poverty sustainably”, Chairwoman of the district Women’s Union Phan Thanh Yen said.

In 2021, Yen Binh district plans to remove temporary and dilapidated houses for 147 needy households and policy beneficiary families in housing difficulties. Of them, 18 houses will be under the province’s plan, 115 under the district’s plan and 15 assisted by organisations and individuals in and outside the province. So far, the district has completed the building of 120 new houses for poor and policy beneficiary families.

Hoai Van

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