Vietnam’s Level-2 Field Hospital No. 4 presents gifts to South Sudanese students

Vietnam’s Level-2 Field Hospital No. 4 (Field Hospital 2.4) in South Sudan announced that the hospital held many Civil-Military Co-operation (CIMIC) activities from November 22-24 to encourage local students to go to school.
Vietnamese officers hold CIMIC activities at a school in South Sudan. (Photo: Field Hospital 2.4)
Vietnamese officers hold CIMIC activities at a school in South Sudan. (Photo: Field Hospital 2.4)

Under the direction of Lieutenant Colonel Pham Tan Phong, Commander of the Vietnamese peacekeeping force in South Sudan, Field Hospital 2.4 organised activities at some local schools, including the presentation of books, school supplies and clothes to disadvantaged students. The Vietnamese officers also planted trees on school campuses.

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Officers and staff of Level-2 Field Hospital No. 4 prepare gifts for students in South Sudan (Photo: Field Hospital 2.4)

While receiving meaningful gifts from Vietnam’s Level-2 Field Hospital No. 4, many teachers in South Sudan said that the people of the country previously only knew about Vietnam’s resilience and strength during the war in the past. However, since the green beret soldiers of Vietnam came their country, they have learned more about the peaceful and developing country with its responsibility for the community and willingness to share in the difficulties of the South Sudanese people.

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Officers and staff of Level-2 Field Hospital No. 4 prepare gifts for students in South Sudan (Photo: Field Hospital 2.4)

Lieutenant Colonel Do Thi Hang Nga, Deputy Director of Field Hospital 2.4, touchingly shared that, when looking at the students in South Sudan, she and other women of the hospital think about their children in Vietnam and wish to inspire them to constantly strive for a brighter future.

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