|A meeting was held to set up self-management teams in Ha Noi. — VNA/VNS Photo Pham Kien
HA NOI (VNS) — The Ha Noi Youth Union on Wednesday launched a project to set up self-management teams in order to maintain public order in the city.
The teams, known as Self-Management Team 3+, will include youth, women, war veterans and anyone who volunteers and wants to join the team, said standing deputy secretary of Ha Noi Youth Union Nguyen Van Thang.
He added that this year, the youth union will set up 168 teams in 168 wards in the city.
The teams will work every Saturday, and during city and national events.
They will clean up public places or "hot spots" in the city, and maintain traffic safety at main intersections and at schools' gates.
The teams will also participate in the city's charity programmes in hospitals, help candidates during the university entrance exams that are held every July, and join hands with local authorities to remove illegal vendors that affect the image of the city as a civilised place. — VNS