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News2013-10-02 09:38:01

Green Summer Campaign Project 2013: New bridges – New Motivation for Development


On 21 September 2013, representatives of Hoang Long and Hoan Vu JOC’s (HLHVJOC’s), together with local officials, and people of Huyen Hoi Commune, Cang Long District, Tra Vinh Province, Leaders and hundreds of students from the Geology and Petroleum Department of Polytechnics University of Hochiminh City (Geopet) happily attended the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of two new bridges financially sponsored by HLHV JOC’s and constructed by the Green Summer Voluntary Team of PUH.



Photo: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony of the two bridges

It is an honour that the two bridges are named after Hoang Long and Hoan Vu JOC’s. This project, since its beginning, is expected to bring practical benefits to the local community in economic development, and promoting education and safety conditions.  The newly built bridges promise to reduce hardship of transportation for the local people, especially during rainy season.




Photo: Hoang Long & Hoan Vu JOC’s bridges

The project is the combination of financial sponsorship by the JOC’s, enthusiasm of young students from PUH and the support of the local authority and people. Despite many challenges during the construction such as unfavourable weather, and difficult accessibility to the construction site, the construction team of PUH has excellently completed the Hoang Long JOC bridge on schedule. The Hoan Vu JOC bridge is being constructed and will be completed soon.

A bonus to this success is the extra 400 metres of concrete road constructed by the excess amount of the donation package. This is an extreme effort of the Green Summer team of PUH which generates more value for the project.



Photo: Cheerful PUH students on the newly built road

The Green Summer Project is an annual cooperative charity project between HLHV JOC’s and the Geology and Petroleum Department of PUH, which is set out to bring new hope to the under-developed areas of the Mekong Delta by upgrading facilities and infrastructure.