Binh Duong and Daejeon collaborate to support individuals with disabilities

Binh Duong province in southern Vietnam and Daejeon city in the Republic of Korea (RoK) have signed a partnership agreement to provide assistance to individuals with disabilities.


A signing ceremony for a Memorandum of Cooperation was held between the Social Work and Sponsorship Center of Binh Duong province and the Association of People with Disabilities of Daejeon city. The purpose of this ceremony is to promote the exchange of knowledge and experiences, as well as enhance the effectiveness of care and support for people with disabilities in both localities.

According to the content of the Cooperation Memorandum, the two organizations have agreed to collaborate in areas that align with their respective functions, tasks, and capabilities. These include providing free information technology education for people with disabilities and vulnerable groups in Binh Duong province, as well as offering training in basic computer skills, basic digital information technology education, and other support activities for vulnerable groups.

People with disabilities

in Binh Duong province will benefit from these initiatives.

At the signing ceremony. Photo: Yen Nhi/

The Binh Duong’s Center for Sponsorship and Social Work will be responsible for providing locations for information technology education and handling necessary administrative procedures for the project. They will also collaborate with the Daejeon’s association to develop a specific cooperation plan.

The Daejeon’s association, on the other hand, will contribute computers, tablets, and other necessary expenses for the project activities. They will also ensure compliance with Vietnamese laws while carrying out cooperative efforts and operations in Binh Duong.

During the signing ceremony, Nguyen Loc Ha, vice chairperson of Binh Duong People’s Committee, expressed his hope that this Memorandum of Cooperation will facilitate knowledge exchange and learning between the two organizations. The ultimate goal is to improve the quality of care and support for people with disabilities in both localities, providing them with opportunities to pursue education, secure stable jobs, and integrate into the community.

Hannah Nguyen