"Song va may tinh cho em" program launched
Update10/12/2021 10:27:13 AM
Provincial leader presents computer to students from disadvantaged background
Provincial leader presents computer to students from disadvantaged background
On October 11th, the People's Committee of Thua Thien Hue province organized a ceremony to launch "Song va may tinh cho em" (internet connection and computer for disadvantaged students) and receive gifts from businesses. Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the provincial People's Committee Nguyen Van Phuong spoke at the ceremony. Localities across the province also attended the ceremony.

"Song va may tinh cho em" is aimed to create favorable conditions for students, especially those living in pandemic areas where Resolution 16 of the Prime Minister is being adopted to study online more effectively. The priority is given to students from disadvantaged background. 

Calling for the participation of organizations, businesses and individuals, the program aims to support students country-wide in online learning, accelerate the development of digital society, ensure that no student is left behind and incapable of completing their schooling due to Covid-19 pandemic. 

Speaking at the ceremony, Chairman Nguyen Van Phuong emphasized that "Song va may tinh cho em" spread the message of appropriate adaptation and kindness. The provincial leader hoped that the program would spread positive energy and humanistic meaning to the community, contributing to building a better society in the age of digital technology. Chairman believed that it was an effort to help students living in remote area to equally access to education. 

Localities joined in the online launching ceremony

Talking about social and humanitarian meaning of "Song va may tinh cho em", Chairman affirmed that the program not only equipped students with online learning devices, but also contributed to promoting internet coverage as well as enhance internet quality. This aimed to apply scientific development in education, intellectual improvement, social knowledge, digital society and transformation. 

Chairman of the provincial People's Committee acknowledged and highly appreciated units, organizations and individuals contributing to the program, especially businesses affected by the pandemic. 

Businesses made contribution to the program

According to the Head of Education and Training Department Nguyen Tan, there are about 14.000 disadvantaged students failing to access to online learning. Of which, 7.000 students are subjects to be supported by "Song va may tinh cho em". The participation of the entire society would make meaningful contribution to conducting learning and teaching activities as students can not access to schools. Four billion Vietnamese dong donated by teachers and officers working in education and training sector was spent on buying over 1.400 tablets for students from disadvantaged background. 

Having received gifts from businesses, provincial leader presented computers to 2 students orphaned due to Covid-19.

Photos taken at the launching ceremony of "Song va may tinh cho em" program:


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