Vietnam Farmers’ Union and Vietnam Association for Promoting Education together promote education and talent as well as build a learning society
Attending the signing ceremony, Vietnam Farmers’ Union had Dr. ThaoXuan Sung - Member of the Central Party Committee, Chairman of Vietnam Farmers’ Union; Mr. Luong Quoc Doan - Standing Vice Chairman and 3 Vice Chairmen – Mr. Dinh Khac Dinh,Mr. Pham Tien Nam, Mr. Nguyen Xuan Dinh.
Vietnam Association for Promoting Education had Professor - Dr. Nguyen Thi Doan - Former Member of the Central Party Committee, Former Vice President of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, Chairman of Vietnam Association for Promoting Education; Mr. Pham Tat Dong - Vice Chairman aka.General Secretary; Ms. Pham Thi Hoe - Vice Chairwoman; Mr. Nguyen Trong Dieu- Vice Chairman. The ceremony also had the presence of leaders of departments and units of the two organizations.
Vietnam Farmers’ Union and Vietnam Association for Promoting Education signed the cooperation agreement
At the signing ceremony, Mr. ThaoXuan Sung - Chairman of Vietnam Farmers’ Union affirmed that in recent years, all levels of the Union haveproactively propagated to help officials, members and farmers understand the meaning and importance of building a learning society, then actively participatein lifelong learning activities to improve intellectual standards and quality of human resources, contributing to socio-economic development. The Union also linked the movement of "Farmers’ competition for good business, farmers’ solidarity for enrichment and sustainable poverty reduction" with the building of learning models and the replication ofexcellent examples at all levels of the Union; introduced and replicated effective learning models associated with household economic development; coordinated in selecting members and farmers with outstanding achievements in studying and improving educational level.
Every year, all levels of the Union collaboratively and directly carried out vocational training and transfer of science and technology for more than 200,000 farmers; organized more than 1000 training courses on science and technology for heads of union branches in the villages under the new rural development scheme. Until now, the Union has had cooperative relations with nearly 100 international organizations and took hundreds of officials, members and farmers abroad to Germany, Japan, Korea and Thailand for study; coordinated with corporates and organizations in supporting children’s education andawardingscholarships to poor farmers'children with excellent academic achievements to encourage and motivate farming families; praised, rewarded andmotivated children of officials and staffs.