Vietnam Post supports Polytechnic University to deliver computers to poor students
Joining hands to share difficulties due to impacts of COVID-19, in the afternoon 18 April 2020, Vietnam Post received computers from the Polytechnic University to transport free of charge to their poor students so that they can study online in the context of social distancing.
This is the first transportation package of new and old 55 computers, laptops and ipads donated by businesses to support poor students to study online.
The Polytechnic University continues to support their students in other forms of scholarships or school fee reduction in the context of COVID-19 epidemic.
With this meaningful activity, Vietnam Post offers free transportation and delivery these computers to students of the Polytechnic University in provinces of Nghe An, Ha Tinh, Thanh Hoa, Nam Dinh, Phu Tho, Thai Binh, Bac Ninh, Bac Giang, Hung Yen, Thai Nguyen.
This is the join-hand action not only of Polytechnic University, Vietnam Post and other businesses, organizations and individuals as well to continue Vietnam moral traditions.
Earlier, Vietnam Post has also conducted many social activities in COVID-19 prevention and control such as equipping masks, sanitizers all post office employees and customers coming to post offices; encouraging all employees to send SMS to National Humanity Portal 1400 – with 1407; free delivery service fees for Vietnam Young Physicians Association to transport medical aid equipment and tools to the frontlines and COVID-19 areas.