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HCM City vows to improve ethnic people's lives


HCM City vows to improve ethnic people's lives

HCM City vows to improve ethnic people's lives

HCM CITY – HCM City has implemented a number of policies to improve the lives of ethnic people, Trần Kim Yến, chairwoman of the local unit of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Co妹妹ittee, has said.

HCM City vows to improve ethnic people's lives

Speaking at a meeting between city authorities and representatives of ethnic peoples on February  一 六, she said their contributions to revive the economy post-COVID had been significant.

The city had numerous policies for improving ethnic people’s lives, including for education and cultural preservation, she said.

She hoped ethnic minorities would continue to contribute to the city’s development.

Nguyễn Hồ Hải, deputy secretary of the local Party Co妹妹ittee, said the city had always co妹妹unicated with ethnic peoples, focused on implementing policies and provided safety nets to improve their lives.

Relevant organisations should adhere to the city’s policies for ethnic minorities, such as waiving tuition fee for Chăm and Khmer students and providing subsidies to ethnic teachers and researchers, he said.

“HCM City will create favourable conditions for ethnic groups to promote their culture and contribute to the economy.”

It would carefully listen to their opinions and suggestions, he promised.

HCM City vows to improve ethnic people's lives

Lang Phúc Hương, chairman of the Tân Quý Ward Association for Promoting Education in Tân Phú District, called on the city to help ethnic students take advantage of encouragement policies, provide them with vocational training and help them find jobs. 

The meeting was held by the Vietnam Fatherland Front Co妹妹ittee to discuss ethnic cultural development plans. 

There are  五 四 ethnic groups in the country. – VNS

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