Sending down coats in the mountains of northern Vietnam

Sending down coats in the mountains of northern Vietnam

At present, the Tian preacher of the Joseph Granary Association, along with 10 dozen brothers and sisters from Taiwan, is visiting a number of villages in the mountainous areas of northern Vietnam, close to the Chinese border. This time they took 2,000 pieces of down coats, 1,000 of which were supported by the rising glow (all arise shine).

In this vast mountainous area, winter is extremely cold, one day the temperature changes very large, can reach 30 degrees. Because of the widespread poverty of the local population, there is not enough cold clothing in winter.

There are about 30,000 people in the area, and Tian preached brought 1,000 coats last year, along with 2,000 duvets this year, which are far from their needs. So this year's distribution is like some very poor family.

Hopefully next year you will be able to bring more clothes to keep them from working so hard in winter.