After receiving donations from the Stay Strong Vietnam Program organized by Vietnam Women’s Union, TYM directly handed them to 130 disadvantaged women who are TYM members in 13 provinces/cities.
Coronavirus pandemic has brought about great impacts on the economy and people’s life, including the TYM members’. To help members’ families reduce burdens and difficulties, VWU raised fund from the Stay Strong Vietnam Program to support 130 TYM members’ families, with a total amount of up to 65 million VND (each family was supported with 500,000 VND).
Previously, TYM also had a number of activities to support its members with difficulty during the coronavirus pandemic, including “TYM – empowering members” program, “I’m home” book launch campaign to raise money and the movement “90 practical actions for women and children” launched by VWU.
|The music program “STAY STRONG VIETNAM” on April 25, 2020, held coordinately by the Central Vietnam Women’s Union and other units, called for noble hearts and gestures to donate for Covid-19 Prevention Fund of Vietnam Fatherland Front. The donation was intended to support doctors, nurses and health workers directly involved in the prevention of the Covid-19 epidemic and women in extremely difficult circumstances (poor, near-poor, and disabled), ethnic women and women living in the border area, whose livelihoods were severely affected by the Covid-19 epidemic.|