June 03, 2023 | 07:30 GMT+7

Toyota Vietnam Foundation helping build schools in remote areas in Bac Kan and Nghe An

Phuong Hoa -

Foundation looking to contribute to education and training around Vietnam.

The ceremony for the handover of Tan Hoi School.
The ceremony for the handover of Tan Hoi School.

With the goal of contributing to the cause of education, training, and human resources development in Vietnam and the happiness of each individual and society as a whole, the Toyota Vietnam Foundation (TVF) has handed over the Tan Hoi School to An Thang Kindergarten in Pac Nam district, northern Bac Kan province

It will also hand over the Nhot Nhon School to Nam Nhoong Kindergarten in Que Phong district, north-central Nghe An province, on June 13.

Bac Kan and Nghe An are two provinces currently facing many difficulties in education and training, in which a lack of equipment and facilities is considered a challenge for teachers of preschool in remote areas.

With a desire to contribute to improving educational facilities in the locality, the TVF has supported the construction and upgrading of Tan Hoi School, with two standard classrooms, two teacher’s rooms, one kitchen, and two student toilets.

Toyota also donated items such as water purifiers, tables and chairs, and speakers to a school in northern Thai Nguyen province. At Nhut Nhon School it built one standard classroom, one teacher’s room, one kitchen, and two toilets for teachers and students. In Vinh city, Nghe An province, the Foundation joined hands to provide a number of items, such as thermoses, plastic tables, outdoor toys, and speakers.

The More Production Vietnam Co., Ltd, a partner of the TVF, jointly sponsors each school with a bookshelf, to develop thinking in the classroom with many meaningful story books suitable for primary school age students. At the ceremony, the TVF also presented many practical gifts and school supplies to students.

Since 2019, the TVF has built a total of seven schools in extremely difficult parts of Dien Bien, Son La, Lai Chau, Ha Giang, Cao Bang, Bac Kan, and Nghe An provinces. Through this meaningful activity, it hopes to give children in remote areas better study conditions from which they can improve their knowledge and nurture their dreams to change their own future as well as become good citizens.

With the goal of “bringing a better life to the local community”, the TVF constantly strives to make positive contributions to society in the following fields: Education, Training & Human Resources Development, Traffic Safety, Environmental Protection, and Health.

In addition to building schools, the TVF also implements programs such as clean water projects for schools in remote areas and the Toyota Vocational Scholarship for students in difficult circumstances. With continuous efforts in social contributions, the TVF has contributed to bringing a better life to the community and at the same time affirmed its commitment to accompany the sustainable development of society and Vietnam.

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