Chinese Armed Police Donates 33 Million Yuan to the Spring Bud Project

November 16, 2019
Editor: Wang Liyan
A ceremony marking the sixth donation by the Chinese Armed Police Force to the Spring Bud Project was held in Beijing on November 13.[China Children and Teenagers' Fund]

 

A ceremony marking the sixth donation by the Chinese Armed Police Force (CFAP) to the Spring Bud Project was held in Beijing on November 13.

The Spring Bud Project, initiated by China Children and Teenagers' Fund (CCTF), is a social welfare program to mobilize social forces to help dropout girls return to school and get better education.

The CAPF has long supported the cause of women and children and it shouldered its responsibilities to help people in poverty-stricken areas shake off poverty, said Shen Yueyue, Vice-Chairperson of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress and President of the All-China Women's Federation (ACWF), at the ceremony. 

This year, the CAPF donated more than 33 million yuan (US $4.7 million) to the Spring Bud Project.

Shen Yueyue, Vice-Chairperson of the NPC Standing Committee and President of the All-China Women's Federation, delivers a speech at the ceremony. [China Children and Teenagers' Fund]

 

Shen called for the ACWF and CCTF to fully implement the Spring Bud Project so as to let children grow up in a good environment and experience the superiority of the socialist system. The promotion of patriotism and socialist core values should be embodied in the implementation of the project, she said.

"We should help the girl beneficiaries of the Spring Bud Project to complete their studies, cultivate their virtues of self-improvement, and guide them to be good people who make contributions to the motherland," Shen added.

An Zhaoqing, Political Commissar of the CAPF, delivers a speech at the ceremony. [China Children and Teenagers' Fund]

 

An said in his speech that it is the obligatory duty of the CAPF to actively contribute to the poverty alleviation campaign, and help pverty-stricken children receive education.

At the donation ceremony, Wang Ning (L), commander of the CAPF, donates to the the Spring Bud Project on behalf of the CAPF. Huang Xiaowei (R), Secretary of the Leading Party Members' Group of the ACWF and Vice-President and First Member of the Secretariat of the ACWF, issues a donation certificate at the ceremony. [China Children and Teenagers' Fund]

 

Ding Jian, a political instructor of Liuzhou Detachment of Guangxi Armed Police Force, shares a story of supporting the Spring Bud Project. [China Children and Teenagers' Fund]

 

Representatives of girls assisted by the Spring Bud Project tell their stories, expressing their gratitude to the help of the CAPF and all circles of society. [China Children and Teenagers' Fund]

 

Representatives of girls assisted by the Spring Bud Project tell their stories, expressing their gratitude to the help of the CAPF and all circles of society. [China Children and Teenagers' Fund]

 

The CAPF has donated 91.6 million yuan (US $13 million) to the CCTF, helping more than 14,000 girls to complete their study. The CAPF has also helped build 13 Spring Bud schools, 12 multimedia classrooms and libraries, and 72 children's happy homes. It has helped improve the nutritional conditions of 20,000 infants and released 10,000 loving packages to children in need.

Huang Xiaowei, Secretary of the Leading Party Members' Group of the ACWF and Vice-President and First Member of the Secretariat of the ACWF also attended the ceremony.

More than 500 people, including officials and soldiers, girl beneficiaries of the project and media reporters, attended the ceremony.

 

(Women of China)

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