Music live show “STAY STRONG VIETNAM” donates VND 1.3 billion for COVID-19 fight

On the afternoon of April 27, 2020, Vice President of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF) Truong Ngoc Anh received VND 1.3 million from the Vietnam Women’s Union (VWU) and RSVP Joint Stock Company to support COVID-19 fight.
VWU First Vice President Hoang Thi Ai Nhien (third from left), VWU Vice President Bui Thi Hoa (first from left) and RSVP JSC representatives hand over donation of VND 1.3 billion.

This is the fund raised in a music live show "STAY STRONG VIETNAM" jointly organized by the Vietnam Women's Union and RSVP Joint Stock Company on April 25, 2020. Lasting 1.5 hours with the performance and participation of 20 singers, artists and footballers, the live show was followed by more than 40,000 viewers and has successfully mobilized VND 1.3 billion for COVID-19 response.

According to VWU First Vice President Hoang Thi Ai Nhien, through the music live show, the organizers wished to join hands to support women front-line responders to COVID-19 epidemic and its sufferers, help women having lost their jobs to find new livelihoods so that no one is left behind.

On behalf of VFF Central Committee, Vice President Truong Thi Ngoc Anh spoke highly of VWU activities and initiatives in COVID-19 combat.

With practical activities, such as sewing masks, making face shields, collecting food to support quarantine areas, organizing the music live show to raise fund, the VWU has contributed actively to COVID-19 prevention and control as well as caring for VWU members and women facing difficulties due to the impact of the epidemic.

She hoped in the coming time, the VWU will continue to put forward practical initiatives to join the country’s efforts in combating the pandemic, fostering economic growth, stabilizing people’s lives, especially helping find new livelihoods for women affected by COVID-19 pandemic.

Translated by VWU International Relations Department