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Intracom Organized a delegation to visit the heroic Vietnamese Mother

On the occasion of 63 years of Vietnam War and Martyrs’ Day (July 27, 1947 – July 27, 2010), Intracom Trade Union organized a delegation to visit and give gifts to Vietnamese heroic mother Pham Thi Hoan (Yen commune) Mac, Yen Mo district, Ninh Binh province.

The day of war invalids and martyrs (July 27) is a celebration celebrated annually to commemorate the wounded soldiers and martyrs who died in the struggle for independence, national defense, and the Vietnamese heroic Mother.

This holiday is recognized as an expression of the tradition of drinking water to remember the source, the gratitude, the fruit and the memory of those who plant trees in Vietnam. Thereby propagating and educating the young generation about gratitude for those who have contributed to the Revolution so far. For them, no matter how much they do, it is not enough to repay the thanks of his father’s classes. Both the political system and the whole society must increase awareness, responsibility and do all they can to care about the lives of people with meritorious deeds and policy families.

The gift of VND 2,400,000 was awarded to Mr. Pham Ngoc Hoang – Trade Union representative to Pham Thi Hoan. The gift is not big, but it shows the moral “Drink water, remember the source”, grateful to those who have contributed to the company’s revolution.


Through commemorative activities to show gratitude and deep gratitude of the young generation to the contribution and sacrifice of Vietnamese heroic mothers, war invalids, martyrs and families with merit revolutionary as well as propaganda, education and revolutionary tradition, arousing patriotism, national pride and improving the awareness and responsibility of members in Intracom system.

Pham Thi Hoan, 93 years old, has only one son who died as a martyr Pham Van Duoc. Mother has been taken care of by Intracom since 2004.

In the future, Intracom will continue to implement many meaningful activities for the community and society.

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