VOV5 gives a helping hand to flood-hit central region

Wednesday, October 19, 2016 - 18:39:22

(VOVworld) – VOV World Service (VOV5) has launched a fundraising campaign in Hanoi to support flood victims in the central region.

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VOV5 Director Nguyen Tien Long appeals for donations for flood victims in central region (Photo: VOV)

All VOV5 staff, contributors, and foreign experts donated 900 USD at the launch ceremony on October 19. VOV5’s Director Nguyen Tien Long said this activity is in response to the campaign “For our beloved central region” launched by Radio the Voice of Vietnam on October 18 to help disadvantaged people overcome the aftermaths of natural disasters.

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Representatives of VOV5 sections respond to the fundraising campaign
“For our beloved central region”(Photo: VOV)

As well as updating information on the flood and its consequences on both radio and the website at vovworld.vn, VOV5 has also opened a bank account to call on foreign friends, overseas Vietnamese, and philanthropists to give helping hands to people affected in the flood-hit areas.

Donations can be sent to the following address:

For those in Vietnam:

Bank account name: HỆ PHÁT THANH ĐỐI NGOẠI (VOV5)

Account number: 26110000268688

Bank name: NGÂN HÀNG THƯƠNG MẠI CỔ PHẦN ĐẦU TƯ VÀ PHÁT TRIỂN VIỆT NAM (BIDV)

Branch:TRÀNG AN, HÀ NỘI

For inward money transfers:

Bank account name: VOVWorld

Account number: 26110000268688 (in Vietnamese dong)

Account number: 26110370022268 (in US dollar)

Bank name: Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV)

Branch: Trang An, Hanoi

Swift code: BIDVVNVX261

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