The construction of a centre to care for Agent Orange victims and disabled people has begun in Bao Loc City, the Central Highlands province of Lam Dong.
Caring for disabled children in a centre. Illustrated photo
The centre is being built on an area of 500 square metres with total capital of 3 billion VND.
When completed and put into use in March, 2013, the centre will provide care, rehabilitation and vocational training for AO victims and disabled children in the province.
According to the Vietnam Association of Victims of Agent Orange, Bao Loc City has 400 AO victims and over 7,000 disabled people.
The inauguration of the project will help to relieve the pain of AO victims and disabled children.
During the inauguration ceremony, the Bao Loc City Association of Victims of Agent Orange received 410 million VND from the Lam Dong provincial People’s Committee, enterprises and contractors./.