The mountainous district of Trạm Tấu in Yên Bái Province has achieved success over the past 75 years since it started implementing President Hồ’s teachings to popularise the Vietnamese language and basic knowledge among local ethnic groups.
Despite being a war invalid, Lê Văn Ý, commonly known as “Tám Ý”, has overcome difficulties and lent a helping hand to disadvantaged people in the neighbourhood.
The Ơ Đu are one of the five smallest ethnic minority groups in Việt Nam. Ơ Đu people have their own language, culture and customs, but these are in danger of being lost.
The percentage of poor and near-poor households in ethnic minority dominated areas in Việt Nam is 3.5 times higher than the country’s average, the latest survey conducted by Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs reveals.
A deep desire to help poor Bahnar ethnic minority children motivates Chhỡi, a teacher in Blên Village, Lơ Pang Commune in the central highlands’ Gia Lai province, to devote himself to education.
Vàng Thị Cầu, an outstanding Party member in northern mountainous Hà Giang Province, has launched a project that has helped many disadvantaged ethnic minority women in the province escape poverty.
Pỉ Hoa, 67, is the oldest student at an adult literacy class in a poor remote village in the central province of Quảng Trị.