2021-11-29 VIETNAM

Marists of Vietnam help needy families victims of the pandemic

Some low-migrant workers and their families affected by the Covid-19 pandemic in Binh Duong and Ho Chi Minh city in Vietnam, have benefited from the Global Marist Family Fund for Humanitarian Emergencies. Through Marist Project VN, in the Marist District of Asia, Brothers Bao and Thuan, with the support of volunteers including a group of lay men and women, some students, and factories workers, succeeded to carry food items to over 7, 329 people in need.

Other activities carried out included delivering people positive with Covid-19 to hospitals, supplying medicines, assisting orphanage centres, and supporting field hospitals for covid in Tân Uyên, Bến Cát and Thủ Đức, with necessary provision and 7000 medical masks.

With more donations in cash and kind from friends, well-wishers and volunteers, and despite difficulties faced including travel restrictions, long distances to cover, and several break downs of trucks carrying food supplies, the Marist Project Trust VN was able to reach needy people and give them food items, face masks, and medicines.


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