On the morning of February 6, 2021, Khanh Viet Corporation (Khatoco) in cooperation with Khanh Hoa Radio and Television (KTV) and the Local Government of Ninh Da ward, Ninh Hoa city, Khanh Hoa province formally handed a house over to the family of Mrs. Dao Thi Kim Chinh, a household with difficult circumstances in this locality.
The new house has the total area of 60m2 with concrete walls, corrugated iron roof, tiled floor, including living room, bedroom, kitchen and bathroom with the construction cost of VND 80 million from Khanh Viet Corporation and the rest from Mrs. Chinh’s family.
The Representatives of Khanh Viet Corporation and KTV formally hand the new house over to Mrs. Chinh’s family.
The Representatives of Khanh Viet Corporation, KTC, Local Government and Mrs. Chinh’s family take a photo in front of the new house.
So far, Mrs. Chinh’s family has lived in very difficult conditions. For many years, a family with 5 members had to live in a temporary, leaking and dilapidated house. Receiving the new house, Mrs. Chinh emotionally shared: “This is the most meaningful Tet of my family when we welcome it in this new house and no more worry that our temporary house may collapse anytime as before. We sincerely thank Khanh Viet Corporation, KTV and the local government for bringing a warm Tet to us”.
The old house of Mrs. Chinh’s family
The new house of Mrs. Chinh’s family
Mr. Nguyen Thanh Tuyen, Vice Chairman of the Trade Union of Khanh Viet Corporation, said that beside production and business duties, Khatoco also pays special attention to social and charity activities. Recently, Khatoco cooperated with Khanh Hoa Newspaper to offer a house to a poor family in Suoi Cat commune, Cam Lam district, Khanh Hoa province. Building houses for poor families is one of annual charity activities of Khatoco which demonstrates the spirit of solidarity and responsibility for the community and society of all Khatoco’s management and staff and our purpose of joining hand to help needy families in stabilizing their lives and rising out of poverty.