Vietnam - Czech Shelter reviews its operation

Monday, 07/11/2022 11:10
The Vietnam-Czech Shelter on November 5 summarized its operation in 2022 and direction for 2023 at the Sa Pa Trade Centre in Prague.
Some members of the  Vietnam-Czech Shelter (Photo: VOV)  

On behalf of the Executive Board of the shelter, President Nguyen Thi Dung read a report summarizing the activities of the Vietnam-Czech Shelter Charity in 2022 and the operation direction in 2023.

Ms. Dung said that in 2022, the shelter has coordinated with dozens of charity centers across the Czech Republic to visit, encourage and give gifts to many Vietnamese and Czech families in difficult circumstances, and orphaned and disabled children in the Czech Republic. Regardless of distance, the shelter also sent its representatives to many regions of Vietnam to give meaningful gifts to unfortunate people.

With that spirit, the Vietnam-Czech Shelter has determined its operation direction in 2023 as well as towards the 10th anniversary of the shelter and the 3rd congress of the shelter, with more practical activities such as expanding active members to take part in the Executive Board, completing the organization for the 3rd congress; completing documents and calling for support for a common house for old Vietnamese people in the Czech Republic.

On behalf of the Vietnamese Embassy in the Czech Republic, Counselor Nguyen Dieu Linh highly appreciated the active charity activities of the Vietnam-Czech Shelter and noted that over the past time, the Vietnam-Czech Shelter has always been one of the most active charity organizations. In recognition of the meaningful and humane work of the Vietnam-Czech Shelter, in 2021, the Vietnamese Embassy in the Czech Republic decided to award six Certificates of Merit to members of the shelter for their positive contributions.

At the event, the organizers also held a charity auction. Half of the proceeds will be used to support the next activities of the shelter.

Since its establishment in November 2013 with more than 50 members, up to now, the Vietnam-Czech Shelter has had hundreds of active members in many provinces and cities across the Czech Republic./.