Great National Solidarity Festival to take place from November 1-18

Friday, 2021-10-15 17:26:24
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The 2020 Great National Solidarity Festival held in Dong Ma Village, Trung Yen Commune, Son Duong District, Tuyen Quang Privince. (Photo: Diep Vinh/via NDO)
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NDO - The Great National Solidarity Festival will take place from November 1-18 nationwide, aiming to promptly encourage people to overcome all difficulties and challenges to triumph over COVID-19 pandemic.

The Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Central Committee on October 15 announced the guidance for the organisation of the 2021 Great National Solidarity Festival.

In localities where the epidemic is well controlled and activities are back to normal, the VFF at all levels will focus on propagating the glorious history and traditions of the VFF; the implementation of the Resolutions of the Party Congresses at all levels; the collectives, households and individuals who have actively responded to patriotic campaigns and movements at grassroots level and in residential areas; typical examples in the prevention and control of COVID-19 pandemic; and exemplary models in promoting the self-governing role of the people in the community.

In addition, the VFF committees at all levels have also carried out activities in the community to evaluate the implementation of emulation campaigns and movements; agree on the objectives and tásks for next year; praise households and individuals who have made significant contributions to COVID-19 prevention and control; make visits and present gifts to policy beneficiaries, revolutionary contributors and former leaders of VFF committees; and give support to families who are living in difficult circumstances.

In provinces and cities still facing the complicated development of the pandemic, activities will be held via the appropriate forms such as radio, television, loudspeakers and social networks.

In addition, charity activities will continue to be strengthened, aimed towards people who are suffering from difficulties and pains due to the impacts of the pandemic.