The delegation of the Vietnamese Women Association and staff and children of the centre (Photo: VNA)

The delegation presented the Kamelot orphan centre necessities such as rice, corn starch, beans, cooking oil, confectionery, stationery and clothes.

At the event, members of the delegation guided and joined extracurricular activities with the children.

The Kamelot orphan centre is home to 30 orphans, who range from primary school pupils to university students.

This is the second time the Vietnamese women association in Tanzania has organized the charity activity. 

The executive board of the association plans to carry out additional charity activity in early year of 2020.

The visit to Kamelot orphan centre is supported by the Vietnamese Embassy, representatives working at UNICEF and Vietnamese businesses in the country, including Halotel joint venture of Vietnam’s Viettel Military Industry and Telecoms Group, and Nguyen Photo Studio.

The charity activity of the Vietnamese women association in Tanzania importantly contributes to people's diplomacy of the Vietnamese Embassy, improving the image of Vietnam in eyes of local and international friends./.

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