Samsung's third “Hope School” inaugurated in Bac Giang

Sunday, 2021-10-03 15:36:15
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At the inauguration ceremony (Photo courtesy of Samsung)
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NDO/VNA - Samsung Vietnam and Korea Food for the Hungry International (KFHI)/Korea on October 2 inaugurated "Samsung Hope School" at Dinh Huong village, Hiep Hoa district, Bac Giang province, after the COVID-19 pandemic has eased in the province.

The Samsung Hope School is “a school after school time” built for about 300 disadvantaged students from Primary to Secondary school age. It has one two-storey classroom building, a welfare building, a multi-purpose building, football field, garage and garden built on a total area of 8,100m sq.m.

This will also be the place to implement the "Child Development Programme (CDP)" to help students get the opportunity to be trained in computer science, foreign languages and classes to develop specific talents such as music, fine arts, English and Korean languages, as well as experiencing various career-oriented training courses.

The "Hope School" in Bac Ninh has been in operation since 2013 and in Thai Nguyen in 2018. About 1,000 students have been studying and developing at these schools.

The school officially started construction in August 2020, and was almost completed in March 2021. However, due to the 4th wave of COVID-19, the building was used as a concentrated quarantine facility.

The 4th Samsung Hope School project in Lang Son province is expected to open this month. In addition, Samsung also signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Dong Nai province and KFHI to implement the 5th Samsung Hope School project in Dong Nai province.

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